Quantum

quantumcover2Quantum was a wonderful student magazine published by the National Science Teachers Association from 1990 to 2001. Born in the heady days of perestroika, it was a collaboration with the renowned Russian journal Kvant. Sadly, just at its early adopters were graduating from college and heading into science careers or becoming teachers themselves, the magazine was euthanized.

Now, finally, 15 years after its untimely demise, you can download each and every issue. Take full advantage of the opportunity. One never knows how long such things last.

Full disclosure: WorldWideWeber was involved in the Quantum enterprise, wearing several hats over the years.

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