Vol. 21 No. #562

More Stories from the January 16, 1932 issue

  1. Growth-Promoting Vitamin Isolated by British Worker

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  2. [Photograph]: Above the Clouds

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  3. Tropical Scourge Conquered through Research of Scientist

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  4. Snakes on Depression Menus of Ancient Southwest India

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  5. Name “Geology” First Applied to Study of Law

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  6. Injury to Head at Birth May Cause Mental Disorder

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  7. Cypresses Change Shape According to Water Depth

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  8. Young Pond Cypresses Drown When Submerged

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  9. Domestic Occupations of the Eskimos: “A Classic of Science”

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  10. Submerged Beach Proves to Be Island Once 30 Times Larger

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  11. In Science Fields

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  12. A Pharaoh’s Righthand Man

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  13. Light from Receding Nebulae Reaches Earth at Usual Speed

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  14. New Find Points to Man’s Descent from Sea Scorpion

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  15. Ancient Plants Gathered Lime to Help Build Rocks

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  16. Danger Seen in Dual Life of Tuberculosis Germ

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  17. Discovery of Double-Weight Hydrogen Was Anticipated

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  18. Self-Made Roman Emperors Gain Archaeological Fame

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  19. Nature Ramblings: Seagulls

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  20. Jugular Vein Safely Pierced in Study of Mentally Sick

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  21. Biological Station Opened on Marine Mountain Peak

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  22. First Glances at New Books

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  23. Front Matter

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  24. United States Revealed as Most Murderous of Countries

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  25. Independent Experiment Purpose of New Institute

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