Vol. 79 No. #4

More Stories from the January 28, 1961 issue

  1. Dead Sea Scrolls Found to Be 60 Years Older

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  2. British Avoid Atomic Contamination

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  3. International Scientific Programs Planned

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  4. See Atomic Waste Use in Salt Water Conversion

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  5. Possible Cure for Dutch Elm Disease Found

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  6. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  7. Nature Ramblings: Our “Disappearing” Mammals

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  8. Front Matter

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  9. Abnormal Chromosomes

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  10. Arthritics in Room Test

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  11. Sudden Deaths in Infants

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  12. Duodenal Ulcers Likely in Group O Blood Types

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  13. U. S. Average Scientist $9,000 Man in 1960

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  14. Science Budget Boosted

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  15. [Photograph]: First of New Generation

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  16. Hornbill Walks in Leash to Help Chase a Cold

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  17. Scientia International

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  18. Pure Science Important

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  19. Algebra in Third Grade

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  20. New Instrument Detects Costly Oil-Well Leaks

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  21. Computer-Designed Computer Built

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  22. President’s Health Good

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  23. Urges Solar Energy Use

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  24. Nobel Prize Winner Named Chairman of AEC

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  25. Sensitive Seismograph Records Earth Movement

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  26. Red Cross Supplies 40% of Blood Needed in U. S.

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  27. NASA Gains Listed

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  28. U. S. Army Engineers Test Gas Turbine Tractor

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  29. Satellites Are Practical

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  30. In Science Fields

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  31. Mars and Venus Still Prominent

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  32. Specialists Lead Society

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  33. Parents Foster Violence

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  34. Ford Foundation Grants Total $1.3 Billion

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  35. Books of the Week

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