Vol. 59 No. #8
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More Stories from the February 24, 1951 issue

  1. Cortisone Aids Sarcoidosis

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  2. Fleas Keep Streams Clean

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  3. African Children Have Cirrhosis of the Liver

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  4. Inheritance Method of Mink Colors Found

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  5. Books of the Week

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  6. Majority of Heart Patients Employable

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  7. High-Lift Airplane Lands on Short Runway

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  8. New Machines and Gadgets

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  9. Front Matter

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  10. Russia Has Minerals

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  11. Plastics Are Limited

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  12. Mysterious “Red Tide” Tracked by Postcards

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  13. Year’s First Comet Coming Closer to Us

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  14. New Flashing Star Seen

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  15. Need to Mine Coal Better

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  16. [Photograph]: Linear Accelerator

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  17. Colored Glasses Unsafe for Night Driving

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  18. New Rain Theory

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  19. STS Winners Study Nature

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  20. Fur Substitute

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  21. Draft Control Planned

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  22. Artificial Fur Made for Soldiers’ Clothes

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  23. Television Viewers May Receive Scents

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  24. Distance Flattens Terrain

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  25. Four Comets in Sky

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  26. Speedy X-Ray Inspection through Use of Crystals

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  27. In Science Fields

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  28. Spring Stars Appear

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  29. Security Clearances Slow Defense Program

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  30. New Vitamin Hinted

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  31. Dyes Cause Cancer

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  32. Powerful Wasp Venom for New Insecticides

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  33. Dye in Veins Measures Flow of Blood

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  34. Abaca Fiber Used in Artificial Leather

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  35. Nature Ramblings: Spring Flowers Now

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  36. Better Weather Ahead Is Long-Range Forecast

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