Signal to Noise is a new online science magazine designed to foster dialogue between scientists and non-scientists. Launched last February by a group of graduate students, postdocs, and young scientists representing a variety of disciplines, Signal to Noise has the stated goal of engaging the general public with scientific news and issues without glossing over the experimental process. Articles are sorted into three categories: Straight Up Science, Interviews, and Science in Art and Entertainment. In the first category, readers will find "ScienceShorts," brief (approximately 300-400 word) entries that succinctly explain scientific news or phenomena. In Interviews, readers can explore conversations with a variety of scientists about their work, while Science in Arts and Entertainment explores artistic depictions of science.