Vol. 89 No. #3
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More Stories from the January 15, 1966 issue

  1. Atomic Bomb Test Holes to Be Plastic-Lined

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  2. Nature Note

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  3. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  4. Doctors Are Reading

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Gas Warfare Challenged

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  7. Best Heart Valves Sought

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  8. More People Prefer Suburbs to City Living

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  9. Human Insulin Made

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  10. Virus-like Particles Seen in Photographs of Brain

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  11. Science Cutbacks Opposed

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  12. Note Medicare Deadline

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  13. Medicare Will Increase Demand for Technicians

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  14. New Star Clusters Found

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  15. Mariner 4 Data Yields Martian Temperatures

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  16. Space Balloon Vehicles Seen Inflating in Orbit

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  17. Mercury Rotation Rate Confirmed as 58.6 Days

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  18. Reactions Occur in Ice

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  19. Waves Hit High Frequency

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  20. Flame Used as Amplifier to Produce Intense Sound

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  21. Historical Cyclotron Moved to Smithsonian

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  22. Memory Transferred?

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  23. Schizophrenics Helped to Return to Own Homes

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  24. [Photograph]: For Training Anesthesiologists

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. Radiation: Food’s New Keeper

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  27. Harm in Irradiated Sugar?

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  28. Books of the Week

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  29. British Farmers Warned against Drugging Cows

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  30. Current U.S. Patents

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  31. Shrimp Seem to Prevent Own Population Boom

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  32. Epileptics Drive Safely

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