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Watch for Changes in 2002

At The Scientist, we try to make incremental improvements in our publication every issue. The improvements may include spending extra time editing stories to make them easier to read, or calling additional sources to procure artwork to properly illustrate an article. A 24-times-a-year publication schedule leaves little leeway between issues to make major changes, but we still keep our sights set on making each issue better than the last. Now, after this, our final issue of 2001, we really have

Larry Hand
At The Scientist, we try to make incremental improvements in our publication every issue. The improvements may include spending extra time editing stories to make them easier to read, or calling additional sources to procure artwork to properly illustrate an article. A 24-times-a-year publication schedule leaves little leeway between issues to make major changes, but we still keep our sights set on making each issue better than the last.

Now, after this, our final issue of 2001, we really have our work cut out for us. Our incremental charge has become monumental. For Jan. 7, 2002, we have ambitious plans that include changing our format from tabloid size to standard magazine size and adding new elements to the content. We're also broadening our scope of coverage because we're now going to distribute our publication in print in Europe and Canada, as well as in the United States. So,...

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