Vol. 65 No. #1

More Stories from the January 2, 1954 issue

  1. Shortwave Radio in 1953

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  2. Four Locust Generations Develop without Fathers

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  3. Amateur “Spelunking” Can Aid Scientists

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  4. Diet May Affect Polio Susceptibility

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  5. Nature Ramblings: Guardians of the Snow

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  6. Stomach Cancer Survival

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  7. Virus Sizes Go up in Fours

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  8. Possible Adenoid Virus

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  9. New Machines and Gadgets

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Sex Gland Stimulating Cells of Pituitary Found

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  12. Adrenals Help Adapt to Cold Climate

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  13. Helicopter Service in Fog

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  14. Sugar Tests Show Rats Know Calories

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  15. Pick Future Delinquents

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  16. Pink Bollworm Spreads

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  17. Weed Killer Causes Cotton-Rice War

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  18. Temporary Leukemic Relief

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  19. Cancer Theory Overthrown

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  20. Millikan Last of Original Science Service Trustees

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  21. Milk’s Protein Has Anti-Goiter Agent

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  22. Hypnosis Aids Memory

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  23. Fill Eohippus History

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  24. Rules May Ease Soil Conditioner Confusion

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  25. High-Speed Photograph Stops Fly in Flight

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  26. Electricity Flows Freely in A-Bomb Debris Metal

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  27. Swivel Lens for TV “Eye”

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  28. Biologist Defends Most Coyotes in Damage Cases

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  29. Large Animals Require Less Food Per Pound

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  30. Astronomers See First Telescope of New Design

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  31. In Science Fields

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  32. Science Forecast for 1954

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  33. [Photograph]: Future Airplane Model

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  34. Activity of Fish Told by Gill Size

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  35. Books of the Week

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  36. Red Blood Cells Help on Germ Scavenging

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  37. Freak 1953 Accidents

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