Vol. 89 No. #18
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More Stories from the April 30, 1966 issue

  1. Rare American Elms Saved by Pruning

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  2. Insects Winning Struggle

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  3. Portable Reactors Urged

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  4. Nature Note

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  5. Polar Bears Tracked by Orbiting Satellite

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  6. Books of the Week

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  7. Human Sexuality Explored

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  8. Wasp Digs Blind Hole to Confuse Enemies

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  9. Science Club News

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  10. ‘Bean Bag’ May Replace Astronauts’ Couches

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  11. NAE Names 27 Members

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  12. New Antitank Mine Attacks from Side

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  13. Current U.S. Patents

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  14. Science Shorts

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  15. Illicit LSD Traffic Hurts Research Efforts

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  16. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  17. Doctors Are Reading

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  18. Front Matter

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  19. Gas Bubble Helps Spot Disease

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  20. RNA Structure Revealed

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  21. Cancer Cells May Use Antibodies as Shield

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  22. Antiradiation Vaccine

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  23. Use of Silver Solder May Be Hazardous

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  24. Inventor of the Year Worked on Pacemaker

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  25. Letters to the Editor

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  26. Test Theory of Relativity

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  27. Heaviest Particle Yet Has Been Discovered

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  28. Missile Guidance Simulator for Tests

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  29. Mt. Taal Active Again

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  30. First Real Man-Made Tornado Generated

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  31. Volcano Watch Proposed

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  32. Small Ice Cap Once Topped St. George Island

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  33. [Photograph]: Magnetic Field Scanner

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  34. World Seas Rising from Melting Ice

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  35. Expanding Air Opens New Army Parachute

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  36. Germs and the Space Age

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  37. Industrial ‘Kidney’ Cleans Pulp Water

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  38. Silicone Molds for Art

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  39. Ancient Pottery Dated by Light from Heating

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  40. Indian Cradle Board Strengthens Papoose

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  41. Study of Hunters Urged

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  42. Oxygen in Sea Animals Shows Climate Cycles

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  43. Bacterium Effective When Dusted on Plants

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  44. In Science Fields

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  45. Rat! Public Enemy No. 1!

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