Vol. 87 No. #5 Archives

More Stories from the January 30, 1965 issue

  1. Current U.S. Patents

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  2. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  3. Doctors Are Reading

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  4. Back Matter

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Better Auto Interiors Would Prevent Injuries

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  7. Split-Level Cars Give Rest to Tired Driver

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  8. National Defense Message

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  9. Largest Fused Quartz Mirror for Observatory

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  10. Distance to Moon Measured by Radar

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  11. Space Telescopes to Scan for Rays

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  12. A Solution to Hunger

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  13. Snatch Nitrogen from Air

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  14. Addiction by Overuse

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  15. ‘Staph’ Resists Antibiotics

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  16. [Photograph]: Laser Blast

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  17. Pulse Rocket Engine Passes 26-Hour Test

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  18. STS Honors Announced

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  19. More Education Needed

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  20. Some Wind Instruments May Improve Bite

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  21. Special Training Sought to Surmount Cultural Lag

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  22. New Insecticides Seen

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  23. New Locust Swarms Threaten Asia, Africa

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  24. Ultrasonic Clicks May Protect Moths from Bats

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  25. Insects Can Be Sterilized by High Intensity Flash

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  26. In Science Fields

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  27. Hemorrhagic Fever War Rages

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  28. Rabid Bats Increase

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  29. Alcoholics Respond to Make-Believe Pill

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  30. Nature Note

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  31. Books of the Week

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  32. Ask for Sales Curb on Morning Glory Seeds

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