Science Reporter

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Science Reporter
Editor Hasan Jawaid Khan
Categories Popular science
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
Year founded 1964
Country India
Language English
ISSN 0036-8512
OCLC number 4782353

Science Reporter is a monthly popular science magazine that has been published in India since 1964[1] by the National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources, a government agency based in New Delhi. It is published in English and is read principally in India and neighbouring countries.

The magazine was originally intended to make citizens aware of the research taking place in various scientific institutions in the country. It has now outgrown this initial agenda, becoming a popular science magazine that covers many national and international science issues. There are reports of current interest, as well as essays written by eminent national scientists on modern technologies, the country's science policy, and the like. Regular columns on science fiction, puzzles, hobby projects, crosswords are also present.[1]

Open Access[edit]

The journal is available under open access after six months of the print publication. [2][3]


  1. ^ a b Science Reporter Started in 1964, Science Reporter is one of the oldest English language popular science monthlies published in India.
  2. ^ Science Reporter Good News for Our Readers!, Science Reporter
  3. ^ "Science Reporter". Niscair. 2015. Retrieved 16 June 2015.