La Recherche

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La Recherche  
May-July 2005 cover of La Recherche
Discipline Interdisciplinary
Language French
Publication details
Financière Tallandier (France)
Publication history
Founded March 1946 as Atomes
Frequency Monthly
ISSN 0029-5671

La Recherche is a monthly French language popular science magazine covering recent scientific news. It is published by the Société d'éditions scientifiques (the Scientific Publishing Group), a subsidiary of Financière Tallandier. Tallandier is owned by Artémis, an investment company of François-Henri Pinault. The headquarters is in Paris.


Created in 1946 Under the name Atomes (Atoms), it changed its name to the current La Recherche in 1970. The first issue with the title was published in May 1970.[1] It absorbed the French journal Nucleus, formerly La Revue Scientifique de France et de l'étranger (the Scientific Journal of France and Abroad) in 1971, followed by Science Progrès, Découverte, formerly La Nature in 1973. La Recherche is published monthly.[1] The website of the magazine was started in 1995.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Luc Allemand (2014). "Will the Internet Save or Condemn Science Press?". MÈTODE Science Studies Journal. 4. doi:10.7203/metode.80.3086. 

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This article incorporates text from the French language Wikipedia article La Recherche.