Vol. 69 No. #17

More Stories from the April 28, 1956 issue

  1. Room Built for Studying Intense Noise Problems

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  2. Smithsonian Given Termite Collection

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  3. Study Problem of Vision

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  4. Eye Movements Tell What Dreams Are About

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  5. Pain after Beer May Be Disease Symptom

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  6. Nature Ramblings: The Many-Sided Starfish

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  7. Radiation Antidote

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  8. Blood Clotting Process

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  9. “See” through Skin

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  10. Insect Soloists Now on Records

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  11. New Machines and Gadgets

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  12. Front Matter

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  13. Hidden Talent in Misfits

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  14. Chances of Twins

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  15. Balanced Diet for Insects

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  16. U.S. Birth Rate May Decline

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  17. Produce Heart Damage by Cold for First Time

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  18. New Key to Artery Ill

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  19. [Photograph]: Largest Reptile Skull

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  20. Scientia International

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  21. Butter to Spare Arteries

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  22. Polio Methods Help Save Head Injured

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  23. [Photograph]: Bloodroot Family

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  24. Year-around Mushrooms Grown on Waste Sawdust

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  25. Plan Missile to Moon

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  26. U. S. Women 42 to 51 Have Had Fewer Children

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  27. [Photograph]: Atomic Exhibit Viewed

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  28. [Photograph]: Four-Parachute Brake

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  29. Find Brain’s Pain Center

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  30. Simple Oxygen Mask for Airliners Developed

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  31. Pump Makes It Easier to Tube Feed Patients

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  32. Can Graft Treated Bones across Different Species

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  33. In Science Fields

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  34. The Insect War

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  35. Total Radioactive Fallout

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  36. Cotton Gin Kills Plant Insect Pests

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  37. Too Much Iron Can Be Dangerous

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  38. Books of the Week

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  39. Family Fish Ponds Gaining Popularity

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