UWS students and staff have access to the full text of New Scientist articles online. You can access this via http://www.newscientist.com/auth/athens or from the Science Resources page on the library website – use your Athens account to log in to the New Scientist webpage.
We have online access to the latest issue of the New Scientist on the day it is published, and our access goes back to April 1989, where news stories included the early use of DNA profiling in a rape trial (Who’s finger on the DNA? 22 April 1989) and the launch of stereo TV broadcasts (BBC loses the race for stereo television 29 April 1989). Use the Magazine Archive at the bottom of the New Scientist website to browse older issues, or the search box to find articles about a topic.