Vol. 71 No. #17
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More Stories from the April 27, 1957 issue

  1. Engine’s Knock Due to Flame on Piston Walls

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  2. Chromium Produced by Long-Sought Process

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  3. Scientist Suggests Means for Keeping U. S. Lead

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  4. Relax Housekeeping to Avoid Arthritis

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  5. Report New Drug for “Shaking Palsy”

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  6. Measure Blood Flow

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  7. New Machines and Gadgets

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  8. Nature Ramblings: Too Many Names

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  9. Front Matter

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  10. Atom’s Core Studied

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  11. Deny Male-Only Heredity

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  12. Business Losing Talent through Wrong Use

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  13. White Blood Cells Show Sex Difference in Dogs

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  14. Device Guides Missiles

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  15. Scientia International

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  16. Russians Will Find New Forms of Anti-Matter

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  17. Power Package Reactor Promises Portable Energy

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  18. Basic Length Unit

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  19. Strom Wins Fair Prize

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  20. Leukemic Genes Different

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  21. Radiation Exposure from Fallout “Calculated Risk”

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  22. Alloy May Give 100 MPH Boost to Jet Planes

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  23. Heart Attacks Reduced

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  24. [Photograph]: Gulf Stream Indicator

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  25. Study-Work Plan Urged Spread Colleges Farther

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  26. Color Glass Cloth with Silicone Dyes

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  27. Free Piston Engine Will Power Cars and Plants

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  28. Test Subjects Made Happy by Weightlessness

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  29. In Science Fields

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  30. A Chance for the Mentally Ill

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  31. More Plastics Foreseen for Rocket Part Use

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  32. Expectant Mother’s Fear May Affect Baby

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  33. Unknown Interiors of Atom Cores Shrinking

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  34. Books of the Week

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  35. When to Call a Psychiatrist

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  36. Describe Blood Disease Overlooked in Infants

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