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***From November, the issue is optimized to iPhone. Now, you can easily enjoy the issue both with your iPad and iPhone.

***The data size of the app is relatively large. We strongly recommend that you download the app using Wi-Fi networks where available.

Newton Science Magazine is now available on Apple’s Newsstand. Aimed at a broad range of readers from teenagers to adults, this magazine explains today’s hottest topics in science, including string theory, iPS cells, the world of animals, natural phenomena, and more, in easily understandable terms and interactive visuals. It also provides a virtual lab to experiment on fundamental principles on your own.

Newton’s December 2014 issue 
Newton Special: How do faults collaborate with earthquakes?

Top Shots: Starting this month, we’re showcasing photos that portray breathtaking scenery and ephemeral moments of natural wonder. We begin with a set of panoramic shots that won this year’s Epson International Pano Awards.

Upfront: Shuji Nakamura, 2014 Nobel laureate, talks about blue LED and its future.

Plus, mysterious columnar jointing; our universe seen through gamma rays, radio waves, infrared, and various microwaves; why a lens can make an image look upside down; the lifestyle bald eagles, video footage, and more……

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One-month subscription (with auto-renew): $2.99 (1 issue)
Single-issue price: $4.99

One-month subscription will automatically renew unless the auto-renew feature is deactivated by the user. Auto-renew must be turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period to avoid further charges.

What's New in Version 3.0.53

UI changes and Bug fixes.


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  • Category: Education
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  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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