Vol. 84 No. #9

More Stories from the August 31, 1963 issue

  1. U. S. Plans Mile-Wide Atom-Smashing Machine

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  2. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  3. Doctors Are Reading

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  4. Front Matter

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  5. Antibiotics Barred for Colds

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  6. Europe Conquers Malaria

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  7. Drug to Replace Morphine

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  8. Shock Treats Heart Flutter

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  9. [Photograph]: Little from Much

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  10. U. S. Expels Alien Insects

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  11. Hard-Bitten Researchers Study Sandfly Tastes

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  12. No ‘Hot’ Peril in Tests

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  13. Brain Monitor Operates inside Astronaut Helmet

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  14. Electron Beam Cuts and Drills Tiny Particles

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  15. Hero Worship in Science

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  16. [Photograph]: Tons of Steel

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  17. [Photograph]: Well-Dressed Astronauts

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  18. Thunderstorm Violence

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  19. Russians Dig to Reach below Earth’s Crust

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  20. Tidal Power Surveyed in North Australia

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  21. In Science Fields

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  22. Danger in Happy Drugs

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  23. Program Organized to Improve Nursing Homes

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  24. Military Psychologists Take on New Roles

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  25. Underworld Borrows Rites from Witchcraft

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  26. Women’s Personalities Do Not Depend on Age

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  27. Adults Often Mistaken in Children’s Abilities

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  28. Books of the Week

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  29. Tissue Compatibility Test Applicable to Humans

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  30. Human Uses Seen in Multiple Sclerosis Study

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  31. Patents of the Week

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