Vol. 46 No. #9 Archives

More Stories from the August 26, 1944 issue

  1. Glucosides Successfully Studied for First Time

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  2. New Hammer for Firearms Is Patented by Garand

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  3. New Machines and Gadgets

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  4. Front Matter

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  5. Gunsight for Planes

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  6. Flutter in Planes Recorded

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  7. Ultra-Short Radio Waves Used for Sterilization

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  8. Steel Mills Mining Own Slag for Scrap Metal

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  9. Postwar Furnace

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  10. Plenty of Gasoline

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  11. Lightweight Telephone Switching Unit Developed

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  12. Sky Road Signs

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  13. Fire-Retarding Paint Reduces Fire Hazards

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  14. Propellers Used as Brakes on Navy’s Largest Blimp

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  15. Temperature in Engines Measured by Magnet Ratio

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  16. Chemical Industry Medal Presented to Col. Dewey

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  17. Airborne Lifeboats

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  18. Sulfa for Gas Gangrene

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  19. [Photograph]: Rescue

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  20. Male Brain Becomes Female through Chemical Change

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  21. In Science Fields

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  22. Autumnal Equinox

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  23. Guggenheim Fellowships

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  24. Polio Cases This Year Are Highest since 1927

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  25. New P-63 Kingcobra

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  26. Two Novel Gun Mounts for Aircraft Patented

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  27. Nature Ramblings: Flying Fish-Traps

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  28. Snacks Speed Work

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  29. Prime-Pairs Problem of Euclid Is Solved

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  30. Chemical Makes Lettuce Sprout in Hot Weather

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  31. Books off the Press

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