Vol. 50 No. #26 Archives

More Stories from the December 28, 1946 issue

  1. Climate Produces New Races in Plants

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  2. Volume Information

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  3. Front Matter

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  4. Lucite Tubes Mend Aorta

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  5. Particle Energy Tackled

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  6. Carbon 13 Is Available for Cancer Research

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  7. X-Rays Detect Fossils

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  8. Health Centers for Lepers

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  9. Delta-Wing Plane Design

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  10. New Automatic Machine Analyzes Brain Waves

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  11. Youngest Human Embryo Only Four Days Old

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  12. [Photograph]: Aerial Photography

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  13. Rocket Engine Powers XS-1

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  14. Amateur Star-Lovers Form National Organization

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  15. Paris Doctorates Given Two Americans

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  16. Erratum from Vol. 50, No. 3, pg. 40

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  17. Erratum: AAF Devices Fight Polio

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  18. Erratum from Vol. 50, No. 13, pg. 202

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  19. Erratum: Magnetic Poles Move

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  20. Erratum: “Submarine Jeep” Travels through Deep Puddles

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  21. Erratum: All Nobelists American

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  22. Erratum: Sun’s Speed Related to Globular Clusters

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  23. Saturn Is Coming Closest

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  24. World Union Hastened

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  25. Nature Ramblings: The New Year

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  26. Heavy Water to Be Used in British Atomic Research

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  27. Record V-2 Shoot Caught Cosmic Rays

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  28. Vigorous Attacks Probe Cosmic Ray Mysteries

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  29. Lower Fatty Acids Develop Anti-Bacterial Properties

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  30. Many Deaf Gain Hearing

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  31. ‘Seeing’ Metal Hears Radio

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  32. Eggs Colored inside before Being Laid

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  33. Books of the Week

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