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Genetics (journal)

Genetics is a monthly scientific journal publishing investigations of heredity, genetics, biochemistry, and molecular biology. Genetics is published by the genetics society of America. It has a delayed open access policy, and makes articles avail ...

                                               

Geomorphology (journal)

                                               

Popular Astronomy (UK magazine)

Popular astronomy is a Bi-monthly magazine UKS society for popular astronomy, published in January, March, may, July, September and November.

                                               

Grazhdanin

The citizen was Russian conservative political and literary journal published in St. Petersburg in 1872-1914. The journal was founded by Prince Vladimir Meshchersky. It came out weekly or twice a week, and daily in 1887-1914. Citizen has some inf ...

                                               

Honk (magazine)

Honk is a weekly magazine entertainment platform specializing in photos of celebrities, entertainment, life, music, news and fashion with a focus on digital magazine, BUSINESS, TECHNOLOGY, Internet shopping, and all other extensions public venue ...

                                               

Dabiq (magazine)

Everything was the online magazine used by the Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant to the Islamic radicalization and recruitment. It was first published in July 2014 in several different languages. Itself all state-journal for the purposes of Un ...

                                               

Dar al-Islam (magazine)

The Dar al-Islam is the name of the French language online magazine produced by the Islamic state. It includes articles praising terrorist attacks in France, such as nice attack 2016 and January 2015, the Ile-de-France attacks. As at the end of 2 ...

                                               

Differential Equations (journal)

Differential equations is a peer-reviewed journal published by Springer mathematics. Founded in 1965, the journal publishes English translations of articles from the journal Differentsialnye equation, which publishes in Russian and focused on the ...

                                               

Dnipro (magazine)

1927 magazine Molodniak began to be published in Kharkov. The founder of the Central Committee LKSMU Leninist Communist Youth Union of Ukraine Central Committee LKSMU. 1935 - the first issue of the magazine in Kiev. 1937 - the journal was renamed ...

                                               

Household Words

Household words-English weekly magazine edited by Charles Dickens in 1850-ies. It got its name from a line in the play Henry V: "familiar in his mouth as household words."

                                               

Esli

If there were Russian science fiction literary magazine. It was launched in 1991 in Moscow, as the publisher of tales of foreign correspondent, but soon expanded its format to include the writers Rusophonia. In 2000 years, If also began to publis ...

                                               

Zhensky Vestnik

Womens Herald of the Russian monthly journal published in St. Petersburg in 1866-1868 B. A. Meszaros, with the proclaimed purpose of "helping to improve social conditions for women in Russia." In 1866 - 1867 a female Herald remained one of only t ...

                                               

Zhizn

Life, "Life") - Russian magazine published first in Saint Petersburg and then in London and Geneva. Life began its existence as a General purpose magazine in January 1897. During the first two years it was edited, at different times, by S. V. Voe ...

                                               

Pain (journal)

Pain is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal published by Lippincott Williams Wilkins on behalf of the International Association for the study of pain. The journal was established in 1975 and covers research and reviews in the field of anesthe ...

                                               

Star (magazine)

The star of the American magazine of celebrity tabloid, founded in 1974. The magazine owned by American media Inc. and controlled by the Director for content of the masses, Dylan Howard.

                                               

Zdoroviye

Founded in 1955, Zdoroviye circulation 12.600.000 copies in 1986. It was published monthly in Moscow by the publishing house "Pravda" as a joint publication of the USSR and RSFSR ministries of health and covers of popular science, medicine and hy ...

                                               

Znamya

"Banner" is a Russian monthly literary magazine that was established in Moscow in 1931. In 1931-1932, the journal was published under the name Lokaf. In Soviet times, "Banner" devoted most of its pages of short stories and novels about the war, p ...

                                               

Igromania

Gambling is a Russian video game site and former magazine. The journal is published in Moscow and distributed in Russia and CIS countries. It was founded in September 1997. The circulation in June 2009 was 190.000 copies of the largest in Europe. ...

                                               

Immunology (journal)

Immunology is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal covering all aspects of immunology. Editor-in-chief Daniel Altman. It was created in 1958 and published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the British society of immunology.

                                               

Iskra (magazine)

Iskra Russian satirical weekly published in St. Petersburg in 1859-1873. Magazine based cartoonist Nikolay Stepanov and poet Vasily Kurochkin was a socialist publication focused social inequality and of tsarism. However, in its heyday it attracte ...

                                               

Spark (magazine)

SPARK is the official student newspaper of the Victorian College of the student Union of the arts. It is published four times per year and is free to all Victorian College of the arts students. SPARK is the official student newspaper of the schoo ...

                                               

Iskusstvo

Art and art magazine dedicated to contemporary art and culture, the oldest published in Russian art magazines.

                                               

Truth (magazine)

The magazine really was a weekly magazine and a monthly reader published from 1881 until 1905 in the United States. Its subtitle was "the brightest of weeklies". The publication was founded in 1881 in the journal of the Society. He was on hiatus ...

                                               

Istok (magazine)

"Istok" was the headline in Russian online magazine "Islamic state" and released by al-Hayat Media Center. As at the end of 2016, "Source", apparently, was ousted Rumiyah.

                                               

Cabinet Magazine

Cabinet magazine a quarterly, Brooklyn, new York, a non-profit magazine of art and culture created in 2000. Magazine Cabinet also provides events and exhibitions in Brooklyn.

                                               

Kvant (magazine)

The quantum of popular science magazine in physics and mathematics for students and teachers, released 1970 in the USSR and continued in Russia. Translation of selected articles from Kvant was published in the journal Kvant in 1990-2001, which in ...

                                               

Kvir

Kvir, a Russian gay magazine-lifestyle. It was launched www.gay.ru which runs the LGBT center "together", a non-profit organization. The magazine is a nonprofit project for the Russian society with reliable and diverse information on homosexualit ...

                                               

Kino-Fot

Film PH was Russian magazine, dedicated to cinema produced from 1922 - 1923 under the editorship of Alexei Ghana. In all there were six issues of the journal, five in 1922 with a pole in 1923. The participants included Vladimir Mayakovsky, Dziga ...

                                               

Kommunistka

A Communist was a Communist journal from the Soviet Union associated with the Zhenotdel, founded by Inessa Armand and Alexandra Kollontai in 1920. The Communist was published on a monthly basis. The magazine was designed specifically for appropri ...

                                               

Company (magazine)

The magazine was started in 1978. It celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2008, and at that time there were six editors: Maggie Goodman, Gil Hudson, Mandi Norwood, Fiona Macintosh, Sam Baker and the current editor Victoria White. The journal was pu ...

                                               

Konstantiniyye (magazine)

Konstantiniyye was the Turkish online language, published on the Internet "Islamic state" and it was released by al-Hayat Media Center. Old Ottoman Konstantiniyye name today in Istanbul. The journal publishes anti-Turkish messages and target Turk ...

                                               

Kontinent

The continent was of émigré dissident journal which focused on the politics of the Soviet Union and its satellites. Founded in 1974 by writer Vladimir Maximov, its first editor, was published in German and Russian languages and then translated in ...

                                               

Korrespondent

The correspondent of the weekly printed magazine published in Ukraine in Russian and Ukrainian languages. It is part of the holding "United media", created by Boris Lozhkin and is owned by Sergey Kurchenko.

                                               

Krokodil

Crocodile burning. crocodile) was a satirical magazine published in the Soviet Union. It was founded in 1922, first as a satirical application to the workers statement, when it became a separate publication, the name of Crocodile was selected at ...

                                               

All the Year Round

All year round was a Victorian periodical, because the British weekly literary magazine founded and owned by Charles Dickens, published in 1859-1895 throughout the United Kingdom. Edited by Dickens, it was the direct successor to his previous pub ...

                                               

LEF (journal)

LEF was the journal Left front of the arts, a widely ranging Association of avant-garde writers, photographers, critics and designers in the USSR. He had two runs, one from 1923 to 1925 as LEF, and later from 1927 to 1929 as the New LEF. Magazine ...

                                               

Letopis

Chronicle of the Russian monthly journal published in St. Petersburg from December 1915 until December 1917. He had a number of materials, including literary, scientific and political material. His political position was to oppose nationalism and ...

                                               

Minerva (disambiguation)

Minerva Urecal 1894-1966, American film and television actress. Minerva Hamilton Hoyt, American famous for the preservation of the desert in California. Minerva, the stage name Josephine Blatt S. 1869 – 1923. User Minerva Daum Agora, South Korean ...

                                               

Mir Bozhiy

Gods peace was a Russian monthly magazine published in St. Petersburg in 1892-1906. It was the first Under the editorship of V. ostrohirske then Fedor Batyushkov. In July 1906 the peace of God was closed by the censorship. The publisher Aleksandr ...

                                               

Molecular Biology (journal)

Molecular biology is a scholarly journal that covers a wide range of problems related to molecular, cell and computational biology including genomics, proteomic, bioinformatics, molecular Virology, immunology, molecular developmental biology and ...

                                               

Molecular Biology of the Cell

Molecular cell biology biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the American society for cell biology. It covers studies of the molecular basis of structure and function of cells. According to the journal citation report, the journa ...

                                               

Molodaya Gvardiya (magazine)

"Young Guard" - Russian monthly magazine with a focus on literature and politics, founded in Moscow in may 1922 as an organ of the Central Committee of the Komsomol. It was a runaway success with Alexander Tarasov-Rodionovs novel the chocolate a ...

                                               

Moskva (magazine)

The magazine "Moscow" was established in 1957, originally as the organ of the Union of writers of the RSFSR and the Moscow branch. Its first editor was Nikolai Atarov 1957-1958, was replaced by Evgeniy Popovkin 1958-1968. He was at the time of Mi ...

                                               

Music Academy (journal)

Soviet music Russian: Soviet music, romanized: Soviet music was established in February 1933 of the Union of composers of the USSR and the USSR Ministry of culture. In the first year, the magazine is a specialized edition of 200 pages, but after ...

                                               

Nablyudatel

The observer was a Russian monthly literary and political magazine published in St. Petersburg in 1882 - 1904. Its editor and publisher was Alexander Pyatkovsky. There are addition to a daily newspaper called publicity. Right-wing, Pro-monarchist ...

                                               

Now

Now! political parties, liberal political parties in Poland. Now! Organization, a canadian non-profit organization, sustainability. National oversight and whistleblowers now, Malaysian NGO Institute initiatives oversight and whistleblower. On the ...

                                               

Neva (magazine)

The magazine was first published in St. Petersburg in April 1955. It was founded on the basis of yield up to the "Leningrad almanac" as the official origin of the Leningrad writers organization. In Soviet times, the magazine printed Michael Zoshc ...

                                               

Nonlinear Oscillations

Nonlinear oscillations is a quarterly peer-reviewed mathematical journal that was established in 1998. It is published by Springer science business media on behalf of the Institute of mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. It ...

                                               

Niva (magazine)

Niva was the most popular magazine in the late nineteenth century Russia, it lasted from 1870 to 1918, and decided on top "an illustrated weekly journal of literature, politics and contemporary life". Niva was the first of the "thin log" illustra ...

                                               

Novy Put

"New Way" was a Russian religious, philosophical and literary magazine founded in 1902 in St. Petersburg, Dmitry Merezhkovsky and Zinaida Gippius. Originally a literary tool of religious-philosophical Assembly, he sought to promote the so-called ...

                                               

Obrazovanye

Obrazovanye was a Russian literary and educational magazine published in St. Petersburg in 1892-1909, continuation of the previous post titled Zhenskoye obrazovanye. It was originally edited by Vasily Sipovskaya, which in 1896 was replaced by Ale ...

                                               

Oktyabr (magazine)

October is the monthly magazine of Russian literature in Moscow. In addition to the "New world" and "Banner" every month is one of the leading and deep-rooted literary magazine in Russia.

                                               

Organ (magazine)

The organ is a British independent magazine devoted to music, art and underculture. Based in London, the magazine was founded in 1986 as a handmade fanzine and has evolved many times over the years. It covers a variety of rock, alternative, punk, ...

                                               

The Wasp (magazine)

Wasp, also known as shown the Wasp, the San Francisco illustrated Wasp news-letter and the San Francisco news - letter Wasp, was an American weekly satirical magazine based in San Francisco. Founded in 1876, it was closed in 1941, the journal tit ...

                                               

Fragments (magazine)

From 1881 to 1906 of the fragments were published by the famous writer Nikolai Leikin. From 1906 to 1908 he was put humorist Victor Bilibin. In the fragments of the 1880s was known as the most liberal of the Russian comic magazines. Fragments pla ...

                                               

Osnova

The Ukrainian magazine Osnova was published between 1861 and 1862 in St. Petersburg. It contained articles devoted to life and customs of the Ukrainian people, including regular features about their wedding costumes and traditions. Prominent figu ...

                                               

Punch (magazine)

Punch, or the London Charivari was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire was established in 1841, Henry Mayhew and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, he was the most influential in the 1840s and 1850s, when it helped to coin ...

                                               

Parasitology (journal)

Parasitology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering the field of Parasitology, including biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, ecology and epidemiology of eukaryotic parasites, and the relationship between host and parasite. He has p ...

                                               

Pioneer (magazine)

Pioneer-Soviet / Russian monthly magazine originally published by the Central Council of the all-Union Lenin young Communist League and all-Union pioneer organization, for students aged 10-14 years.

                                               

Ascent (journal)

Ascent is an American literary magazine that publishes stories, poems, and essays, many of which are later reprinted in annual anthologies. Journal based at Concordia College in moorhead, Minnesota. The journal was founded in 1975 at the Universi ...

                                               

Nature (journal)

Nature-British interdisciplinary journal, first published on 4 November 1869. This is one of the most recognized scientific journals in the world, and was recognized as the worlds most cited scientific journal by the Science edition of 2010 journ ...

                                               

Searchlight (magazine)

Searchlight is a British magazine, founded in 1975 by Gerry gable, which publishes reveals the theme of racism, antisemitism and fascism in the United Kingdom and other countries. Floodlight main focus is on the right in the United Kingdom, and a ...

                                               

Pchelovodstvo

Beekeeping is one of the oldest and most respected Russian journals engaged in beekeeping. The journal promotes the latest methods of beekeeping and is intended for a wide audience. The first edition was published in 1921 and continues today, is ...

                                               

Rabotnitsa

The worker is a womens magazine published in the Soviet Union and Russia and one of the oldest Russian magazines for women and families. Founded in 1914 and first published on womens day, is the first socialist womens journal, and the most politi ...

                                               

Radio (magazine)

Radio log, a radio broadcasting trade publication, covers the technology side of radio broadcasting. The focus of the publication is to deliver in-depth technical knowledge, observing high standards of editorial content. Journal of Radio engineer ...

                                               

Spy (magazine)

Spy was a satirical monthly magazine published from 1986 to 1998. Based in new York, the magazine was founded by Kurt Andersen and E. Graydon Carter, who served as its first editors, and Thomas L. Phillips, Jr., its first publisher. Spy specializ ...

                                               

Razvlecheniye

Entertainment Russian illustrated weekly magazine, published in Moscow in 1859 - 1916. Launched and edited by F. Miller, she specializes in humor and caricature, but also contained a large and popular literary section. Among its regular contribut ...

                                               

Trade magazine

Trade magazine, also called a trade journal, or trade paper, magazines, or Newspapers whose target audience is people who work in the sector of trade or industry. The collective term for this area of the publication in the specialized press. Indu ...

                                               

GeroScience

GeroScience is a leading scientific journal focused on the biology of aging and mechanistic studies using clinically relevant models of aging and chronic diseases associated with age that provide novel information necessary to increase the durati ...

                                               

Stag (magazine)

Deer became a pornographic magazine for men, published Goodmans son Charles "chip" Goodman at magazine offices the successor company, swank publications. Magna publishing Group bought the deer and its sister publication, the swank of the company ...

                                               

Rodina (magazine)

Rodina is a Russian illustrated popular science historical magazine headquartered in Moscow, Russia. It was created in January 1989 as a continuation of the magazine of the same name created in the Russian Empire in 1879. The founders of the jour ...

                                               

The Germ (periodical)

The germ, thoughts towards nature in art and literature was a newspaper established in the pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood to disseminate their ideas. It was not a success, the only survivor of the four questions from January to April 1850. The embryo ...

                                               

Russkaya mysl

Russian thought was one of the Russia in popular magazines of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It was founded in Moscow in 1880, Vukol Lavrov, closed in 1918, the Bolsheviks, the first raised from abroad in Sofia, then in Prague and Paris. ...

                                               

Russkoye Slovo

Russian word Russian weekly magazine published in St. Petersburg in 1859-1866 by its owner, count Grigory Kushelev-Bezborodko.

                                               

Self (magazine)

Self-American online magazine for women, which specializiruetsya in the field of health, beauty and style. Part of Conde Nast, their publication circulation 1.515.880 and General audience 5.282.000 readers according to its corporate media kit in ...

                                               

Cricket (magazine)

Cricket is an illustrated literary magazine for children published in the United States, was founded September 1973 Marianne Carus, whose purpose was to create a "new Yorker for children."

                                               

Svetoch

The torch was a Russian monthly scientific and literary journal published in St. Petersburg, in 1860-1862 publisher Dmitry Kalinovsky. Alexander Milyukov was its chief editor. The liberal publication "the torch" promoted the idea of moderate soci ...

                                               

Seans

The journal was established in 1989 on the initiative of the Leningrad young critics of the film with Alexander Golutva, head of the film Studio "Lenfilm". The first issue was released in may 1990. Since 1994, the session starts publishing, as we ...

                                               

List of MDPI academic journals

                                               

Simplicissimus

Simplicissimus is also a name for the 1668 novel Simplicius Simplicissimus and its protagonist. The simplicissimus was a satirical German weekly magazine started by albert Langen in April 1896 and published until 1967, with a hiatus from 1944-195 ...

                                               

Sintaksis

Syntax: publitsistika, kritika, controversy, was published in Paris in 1978-2001 Maria Rozanova as editor-in-chief. Were published before the magazine was discontinued, a total of 37 issues of the journal. According to Rozanova, it is not planned ...

                                               

Shift (magazine)

Shift was a canadian magazine dedicated to technology and culture. She now stopped publication as a print magazine. His website continues to publish new content at least a year after the title of the print was discontinued, but in operation there ...

                                               

Sovetsky Soyuz

Sovetsky Soyuz was a magazine published in the USSR. Magazines were established in 1956. It was one of the propaganda magazines of the Soviet Union. There was published in France, Italy, Finland and Japan. Magazine is a monthly sports Supplement, ...

                                               

Sovremennik

"Contemporary", "modern") - Russian literary-political magazine, published in St. Petersburg in 1836-1866. She published four times a year in 1836-1843 and once a month thereafter. The magazine published poetry, prose, critical, historical, ethno ...

                                               

Sophia (journal)

Sophia is an academic journal dedicated to the professional activities in philosophy, metaphysics, religion and moral thinking, founded in 1962 by Max Charlesworth and Graham de Graaf. Since 2001, Sophia was published book publishing in collabora ...

                                               

Spirou (magazine)

The magazine Spirou is a weekly Franco-Belgian comics magazine published by Dupuis. First published 21 April 1938 he was on the eight page weekly comics magazine composed a mixture of short stories and gags, serial comics, and a handful of Americ ...

                                               

Sputnik (magazine)

Sputnik was a Soviet magazine published from 1967 until 1991 by the Soviet press Agency Novosti in several languages, targeted towards countries of the Eastern bloc and Western countries. It was intended to be a Soviet equivalent to readers diges ...

                                               

Spurk

Spurk Armenian literary-public weekly, periodical or magazine, published since 1958 in Beirut, Lebanon.

                                               

Environment (magazine)

Environment: science and policy for sustainable development, generally referred to by the journal environment, is published twice a month in Philadelphia, Taylor and Francis. Environment is a hybrid, peer-reviewed, popular journals environmental ...

                                               

Standard (magazine)

Standard is the name of two different magazines published in France and in Serbia. The French quarterly culture and fashion magazine standard has been published in Paris since 2004. Serbian weekly newsmagazine standard was established in 2006 as ...

                                               

Capital (Ethiopia)

The capital of the Ethiopian weekly business newspaper published and distributed by Crown publishing PLC. He goes once a week, on Sundays. It was established in December 1998 from the business point of view and styles itself "the paper that promo ...

                                               

The Watchtower

The watchtower announcing Jehovahs Kingdom is an illustrated religious magazine, published monthly by Jehovahs Witnesses via the watch Tower Bible and tract of Pennsylvania. Jehovahs witnesses distribute the Watchtower - public edition, along wit ...

                                               

Stranger (magazine)

Stranger was a Bi-monthly creative lifestyle magazine based in Falmouth, Cornwall, UK, which is focused on alternative, creative, non-metrocentric side of British culture. Since its first release in September 2004, the magazine began to spread ar ...

                                               

Strekoza

Dragonfly Russian weekly magazine of humour and satire established in St. Petersburg in 1875 the publisher Hermann Kornfeld. Its original editor in chief Nikolay Bogdanov, who left in 1879 was replaced by Hippolyte Vasilevsky. In its heyday its c ...

                                               

Taxon (journal)

Tucson is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering systematic classification of plants. It is published by Wiley on behalf of the International Association for plant taxonomy, of which he is the official journal. It was founded in 19 ...

                                               

Tank (magazine)

Tank is an independent British magazine released in 1998. This is a quarterly publication printed in great Britain, which covers contemporary culture, fashion, art, architecture, technology, and politics. The magazine is one of the first editions ...

                                               

Creativity (magazine)

Creativity is a website, formerly a monthly magazine, covering all things creative in advertising and design. The magazine, launched in 1986, presents the best ideas in all spheres of consumer culture, the study of talent and technology for the w ...

                                               

Teleskop

The telescope was a Russian literary, philosophical and political journal published in Moscow in 1831-1836 Nikolai Nadezhdin, who was also its chief editor. Originally a fortnightly publication, it became weekly in 1834. Another project Nadezhins ...

                                               

Tempo (Indonesian magazine)

Tempo is an Indonesian weekly magazine that covers news and politics. It was founded by Goenawan Mohamad and Yusril Djalinus and the first edition was published in the March 6, 1971.

                                               

Fashion Theory

Fashion theory: the journal of dress, body, culture is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Routledge. It was established in 1997 and covers the study of fashion, including aspects of sociology, art history, consumption studies and anthr ...

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