Vol. 38 No. #7 Archives

More Stories from the August 17, 1940 issue

  1. College Men Recruited to Fight Forest Fires

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  2. Pain Felt at Same Level of Stimulus by All Persons

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  3. French Emigre Scientists Plan Journal in London

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  4. National Inventors Council to Serve as Clearing House

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  5. War Spurs Canadian Hunt for Minerals

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  6. Synthetics Recommended for Making War Materials

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  7. Great Roster of Scientists and Experts Now in Making

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  8. Chronic Disease Now Most Probable Cause of Death

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  9. New Safety for Babies

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  10. Snake-Handling Cultists Resemble Other Groups

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  11. In Science Fields

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  12. Individual Sneeze Pattern Shown to Be Hereditary Trait

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  13. Power to Kill Bacteria Discovered in Molds

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  14. Hydrocyanic Acid Found in Several Plant Species

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  15. [Photograph]: Germ against Germ

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  16. “Bottle Bacillus” Remains Unconvicted as Dandruff Cause

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  17. Farm Population Grows, but on Poorest Land

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  18. Nature Ramblings: Nomenclatural Inequities

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  19. War Prevents Celebration of Copernicus Anniversary

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  20. Design Simplification Urged to Speed Aircraft Production

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  21. Mexican Ally Found to Fight Invader

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  22. [Photograph]: Transparent Valve

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  23. Two-Purpose Machine Gun Mount Is Recent Patent

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  24. First Glances at New Books

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  25. Front Matter

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  26. [Photograph]: Thunder over Trylon

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