Vol. 55 No. #9
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More Stories from the February 26, 1949 issue

  1. Nature Ramblings: First Flowers

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  2. Indians Lived Underground

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  3. Tailor-Made Weather Will Test Insects’ Endurance

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  4. Books of the Week

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  5. Whole Eggs Have Been Preserved by Freezing

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  6. New Machines and Gadgets

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  7. Front Matter

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  8. Vitamin $text{B}_{12}$ Aids Anemics

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  9. Pact Changes Call Signs

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  10. More Penicillin Planned at World Health Meeting

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  11. World Code against Making Doctors P.O.W.’s Is Asked

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  12. Pig Ill May Be Polio Clue

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  13. [Photograph]: New Synchrotron

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  14. Menhaden Is America’s Most-Caught Fish

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  15. New Seasickness Aid Found

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  16. Progress More Nearly Equal

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  17. Milky Way Light Changed

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  18. Germanium for Transistors

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  19. Fewer “Extra Families” Now, Group Reports

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  20. Improve Helium Liquefying

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  21. Soviet Claim to Antarctic

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  22. California Youth Studies New England Island Life

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  23. Coating Makes Aviation Oil Tank Fire Safe

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  24. Meter Records Audience Response to Program

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  25. Russians Quit WHO

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  26. In Science Fields

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  27. Measles Death Rate Is Cut

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  28. Shock for Mental Illness

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  29. New Circuit Breaker Makes High Voltage Lines Safe

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  30. How to Grow Plants in House

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  31. Chemical Lead to Cancer

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  32. Magnetic Alloy Developed

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  33. New Diagram Shows How Atom Bomb Might Be Made

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  34. Save on Pea Processing by Using Froth Flotation

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