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Take Our 100th Issue Readership Survey

Our publication has been running for eight years now! In those eight years, we’ve seen prominent leaders rise and fall, the forging of landmark agreements on climate change, global protests against pressing matters of social injustice, the rise of COVID-19, and we even captured the first photo of a black hole. You – our readers – have been there with us every step of the way.

With our 100th issue on its way this October, we wanted to give you the opportunity to contribute. After all, we couldn’t do what we do with you! If you’d like the chance to appear in our 100th issue, please do take five minutes to fill out our short readership survey here. And if you can include a photo, please do! There may be a collage of our beautiful readers included in the magazine…

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About the Author

Matt Hallam

I've always wanted a job that fosters creativity - even when I worked on the assembly line in a fish factory. Outside work, I satisfy this need by writing questionable fiction. The venture into science writing was an unexpected departure from this fiction, but I'm truly grateful for the opportunity to combine my creative side with my scientific mind as Editor of The Analytical Scientist.

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