Vol. 72 No. #7 Archives

More Stories from the August 17, 1957 issue

  1. “Rain Making” under NSF

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  2. New Gasoline Plant Uses No Crude Oil

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  3. Stages in Assimilation

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  4. Pacific Cable to Link West Coast and Hawaii

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  5. Morning Sickness Means Less Chance of Abortion

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Nature Ramblings: Alligators and Man

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  8. Front Matter

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  9. 50 Million People Move

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  10. Track Men Should Abandon Old Idea

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  11. Agriculture Endangered by Tourists’ Purchases

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  12. 30th Anniversary Party for Oldest Gorilla

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  13. UN Asks for Radiation Check in Milk and Fish

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  14. AEC Makes Optimistic Report to the Congress

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  15. [Photograph]: Ultrasonic Recording

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  16. Far off Radar “Seeing”

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  17. Make Square Bubbles in Lithium Fluoride

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  18. Question Additive Danger

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  19. Science Youth Month

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  20. Poison Ivy Victims Will Not Spread It to Others

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  21. Drugs Pin-Point Cancer

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  22. Skin Grafts from Rat Made to Grow on Mice

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  23. Model Coelacanth Exhibited in Museum

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  24. Sunspot Peak to Come

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  25. Adults Change, Too

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  26. Signs of Delinquency Found in Young Children

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  27. U. S. Army Has Battery That Can Be Worn as Vest

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  28. CAA Checks Airway Aids at 40,000 Feet

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  29. New Nitrogen-Fixing Bacterium Discovered

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  30. Naked-Eye Comet Visible

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  31. [Photograph]: Helitron

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  32. In Science Fields

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  33. New World Institute

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  34. Books of the Week

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  35. Historic A-Bomb Site Still off Limits

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