Vol. 67 No. #1

More Stories from the January 1, 1955 issue

  1. Public School Curriculum

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  2. U. S. Inventions Available Royalty-Free

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  3. Books of the Week

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  4. Annual Snakebite Toll

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  5. Combination Dust Protects Roses

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  6. Modules for Buildings

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  7. Evolution of Limbs

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  8. Natural Insecticide Found in Flower’s Roots

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  9. Longer Car Fronts May Decrease Crash Deaths

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  10. Epilepsy Death Reports Wrong by Nearly 100%

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  11. Red Trees, 100% U. S., Worked over in Russia

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  12. Nature Ramblings: Snowbirds

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  13. Preventing Fuel Fires

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  14. Urge Oral Reading

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  15. Sulfur-Contaminated Oil

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  16. Urges More Research to Fight and Use Venoms

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  17. New Machines and Gadgets

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  18. Front Matter

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  19. Storms Spread Disease

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  20. Chance Saved Columbus

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  21. Roaches a Disease Factor If Conditions Are Right

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  22. Teen-Age Girls Seen Middle-of-Roaders

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  23. Snake Venom May Activate Malaria

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  24. Edge of Visible Universe

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  25. [Photograph]: Photography of Speech

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  26. Gasoline “Sweetening” Speeded by New Process

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  27. Girls as Bright as Men on Mechanical Problems

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  28. Teen-Age Sex Hysteria

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  29. Interlingua Written

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  30. Surgical Mortality Cut

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  31. Electronics-Age Metal

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  32. Urge Training Device to Teach Students to Drive

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  33. Study Metal Failure in Deep Oil Drilling

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  34. Red-Legged Widow Makes Speech Difficult

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  35. 1954 Weather Reviewed

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  36. Western Glaciers Found Growing, Not Receding

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  37. Lifetime Grants Seen Threat to Research

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  38. Highly Pure Silicon

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  39. Six Ears on One Stalk Goal of New Corn Study

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  40. Operation Billy Goat Successfully Completed

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  41. Acid Obtained from Low Grade Sulfur Deposits

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  42. Farm Tractor Can Generate Electricity

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  43. In Science Fields

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  44. Science Forecast for 1955

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  45. Yearly Salmon Run

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