Vol. 76 No. #26 Archives

More Stories from the December 26, 1959 issue

  1. Hemoglobin in Adult and Infant Strikingly Similar

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  2. Magnetism Aids Man in War against Disease

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  3. Balloons Yield Useful Pacific Weather Data

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  4. New Comet Discovered Low in Southeast Sky

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  5. Books of the Week

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  6. Watches Sold to Public Containing Strontium-90

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  7. Lifting Power Can Be Found by New Formula

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  8. New Machines and Gadgets

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  9. Nature Ramblings: Plants and Viruses

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  10. Volume Information

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  11. Front Matter

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  12. A-Wastes Stored in Glass

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  13. Conformism Hurts Science

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  14. Wave-Riding Dolphins Puzzle Scientists

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  15. Bowlers Can Suffer More than Pinched Fingers

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  16. Locate Rheumatoid Link

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  17. AEC Operates Reactor for Nuclear Safety

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  18. Succeed in Recording Whale’s Heart Beat

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  19. Scientia International

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  20. U. S. Suffers Radiophobia

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  21. Earth Solid to the Core

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  22. Satellite with Telescope Planned for Fall of 1960

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  23. Gene Patterns Studied

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  24. Treat Ills as Psychosomatic

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  25. Photograph Polio Viruses

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  26. Shorter Poinsettias Due with Use of Compound

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  27. Erratum: Standards for Screws to Aid Missile Repair

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  28. Erratum: In Science Fields: Ohio State Revises Electrical Courses

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  29. Erratum: In Science Fields: New Method for Finding Mass of Mars Proposed

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  30. Erratum: In Science Fields: Little Girl Suffers from Rare Male Blood Disease

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  31. Erratum: In Science Fields: Scientists Will Measure the Weight You Carry

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  32. Erratum: TB Vaccine Succeeds

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  33. Winter Constellations Brilliant

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  34. Many Cardiac Patients Can Get Life Insurance

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  35. Foresee Isotope Problems

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  36. Relate Growth to Tumors

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  37. Computers for Baseball

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