Vol. 80 No. #7
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More Stories from the August 12, 1961 issue

  1. High Speed X-Rays

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  2. Communications Satellites

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  3. Both Private and Public Satellites Due in Year

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  4. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  5. Nature Ramblings: Cicadas

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  6. Front Matter

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  7. Automatic Detectors

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  8. Science in the Capital

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  9. New Technique to Study What Makes Cells Stick

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  10. Chemical Helps Prevent Virus Plant Disease

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  11. Venom against Fungus

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  12. [Photograph]: Target Downed

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  13. Ants Follow Military Rules

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  14. Readers Give SNLs to Asian Students, Teachers

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  15. New Plane Features

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  16. Virus Causes Lung Cancer

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  17. Illegitimacy Rate High for Teen-Agers

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  18. Conquering Inner Space: Oceans

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  19. [Photograph]: Record Lamp

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  20. Acids Linked to Immunity

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  21. “Climbers” Prone to Illness

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  22. Ancient Principle Might Have Saved Capsule

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  23. Solid Matter Viewed Directly by X-Rays

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  24. Cold Yeasts Give Lower Melting Point Fats

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  25. Scholarships for Science Writing Advocated

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  26. Rare Mineral Solving Origin of Earth’s Craters

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  27. Large Colleges Hold 40% of Total Science Faculty

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  28. Soviets Get Big Returns from Small Asian Outlay

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  29. In Science Fields

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  30. Power Sources: Old and New

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  31. Patents of the Week

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  32. Books of the Week

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  33. Blood Clot Removal

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