January–February 2008 issue
|Frequency||Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark; in every 3rd week, Iceland; 14 issues per year, Latvia, Greece, Netherlands and Lithuania; 12 issues per year, Germany; 6 issues per year|
|Company||Bonnier Publications International|
|Website||Science Illustrated (English)|
History and profile
Science Illustrated was launched simultaneously in Denmark, Norway and Sweden in 1984. The Finnish version was started in Finland in 1986.
According to official websites, the magazine – with a total circulation of 370,000 copies – is the biggest in the Nordic countries with a focus on nature, technology, medicine and culture.
|Australia||Science Illustrated||Australian Media Properties, who also publish technology-focused title Popular Science, launched the Australian version in late 2009.|
|Denmark||Illustreret Videnskab||Launched in 1984. Circulation of 54,515 copies in 2010 and 52,595 copies in 2011 and 46,812 copies in 2012.|
|Finland||Tieteen Kuvalehti||Launched in 1986.|
|Germany||Science Illustrated||Earlier Illustrierte Wissenschaft|
|Netherlands||Wetenschap in Beeld|
|Norway||Illustrert Vitenskap||Launched in 1984.|
|Sweden||Illustrerad Vetenskap||Launched in 1984. Circulation of 89,400 copies in 2014.|
|United States||Science Illustrated||Ceased publication in 2013 and subscribers transferred to Popular Science|
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