Vol. 78 No. #7

More Stories from the August 13, 1960 issue

  1. Jet Deflector Patented

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  2. Chemical Process Can Shrink Wool Fibers

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  3. New Machines and Gadgets

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  4. Nature Ramblings: Cold-Blooded Summer

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Pills Affect Fertility

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  7. Science Planks Important

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  8. NASA Sets Target for Future Achievement

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  9. Cancer Proved Contagious

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  10. Unique Israeli Medical Center Is Opened

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  11. Whines, Grunts Studied

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  12. Unmanned Plane Can Spy

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  13. Depleted Uranium May Have Additional Use

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  14. Regulations Will Prevent Poultry Disease Spread

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  15. World Polio Conference

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  16. Scientists Calculate How Man May Fly like Bird

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  17. Lifesaving Differs for Laryngectomees

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  18. [Photograph]: Seat of “Big Dish”

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  19. Meeting Uses Interlingua

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  20. Antievolution Not Dead

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  21. Laws on Psychology Relatively New in U. S.

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  22. Method of Designing Space Vehicle Cockpits

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  23. In Science Fields

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  24. Scientists Enter Politics

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  25. Overseas Medical Aid Improves U. S. Health

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  26. U. S. Engineering Schools Spent $71 Million on R&D

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  27. Books of the Week

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  28. Germans to Get Multiple Shots of Vaccine

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  29. Polio and Tetanus No Threat to Newborn Baby

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  30. Test Predicts Success

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  31. Recorders Now a Must for Turbine Planes

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  32. Bacteria Raise Deaths

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