Vol. 33 No. #6

More Stories from the February 5, 1938 issue

  1. Fighting Cancer

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  2. High Purity Demanded of Cesium for Photocell Use

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  3. Engineers Seek Answer to Question: What Is a Draft?

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  4. Fund to Aid Search for New Farm Product Uses

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  5. Scientists Organize to Aid International Activities

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  6. Intellectual Emigres Join American University Life

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  7. Decay of German Science Foreseen by Anthropologist

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  8. Consumer in Tough Spot between Bunk and Debunk

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  9. [Photograph]: Reindeer Moss

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  10. Too Much Fuss over Blood Transfusions

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  11. Quiet Conversation Preferred by Hard-of-Hearing

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  12. In Science Fields

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  13. Intercollegiate Competition Held for Mathematics Prizes

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  14. Planning Invention’s Future Seen as National Need

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  15. DuPont Co. Establishes 24 Fellowships for 1938-9

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  16. [Photograph]: Largest Primitive Area

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  17. Peruvian Mummies Come to New York

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  18. Nature Changed the Rules Ten Billion Years Ago

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  19. Oil’s Hidden Chemicals Rival Products from Coal

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  20. Spongy Iron Substituted for Lead Joint Packing

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  21. Water, Seemingly Formless, Has Definite Structure

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  22. [Photograph]: Can Still Chase Cats

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  23. Nature Ramblings: Electricity and Skeletons

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  24. Volcanoes Are Great Miners; Bring Wealth from the Depths

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  25. First Glances at New Books

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  26. Front Matter

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