Vol. 86 No. #3
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More Stories from the July 18, 1964 issue

  1. [Photograph]: Copper Content

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  2. ‘Space Junk’ Damage Poses Legal Problem

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  3. Shoebox Computer Uses Microelectronics

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  4. Nature Note

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  5. Patents of the Week

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  6. Engineering Teachers to Try Industry

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  7. Month’s Rest in Bed Part of Space Program

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  8. Coal Miners’ Bronchitis Related to Cigarettes

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  9. New Aircraft Designed with Rotors, Jet Speed

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  10. Heavy Stars Possible Source of X-Rays

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  11. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  12. Doctors Are Reading

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  13. Front Matter

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  14. Better Use of Scientists

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  15. [Photograph]: Photographic Scanner

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  16. Physicists Needed to Meet Rising Demand

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  17. Goldwater on Missiles

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  18. Scranton on Automation

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  19. Slowdown Urged on Missile Defense System

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  20. How Air Transmits Laser Light Studied

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  21. Tech

    Study Injuries Produced by Auto Windshields

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  22. Rocket Fuels Toxic to Plants, Animals

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  23. Fastest Growing Area

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  24. Cyanide Poisoning

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  25. [Photograph]: New Space Satellite

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  26. Fiber Glass Vaulting Pole Risky for Athletes

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  27. Polyunsaturates Studied

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  28. Miniature ‘Sun’ Machine

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  29. Predict Fuel Stability to Save Time and Money

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  30. [Photograph]: Molecular Model

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  31. Record-Breaking Dive in Chamber Successful

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  32. Science Questions Center

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  33. 3,000-Year-Old Iron Works Found in Israel

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  34. Ancient Assyrian City Excavated in Iraq

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  35. Computer Is Librarian for Stock Market

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  36. Early Indians Believed Dream Interpretation

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  37. In Science Fields

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  38. Expanding World of Plastics

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  39. Books of the Week

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  40. New Comet Discovered

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