Vol. 68 No. #1

More Stories from the July 2, 1955 issue

  1. Artificial Pacemaker Saves Dying Patients

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  2. Influencing Family Size

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  3. Removing Antibodies

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  4. Nature Ramblings: Woodpeckers

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  5. Release Smoking Statistics

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  6. Plants Use Molybdenum

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  7. Explorer’s Gift Coats Cleaned after 176 Years

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  8. Hydrocortisone Prevents Sunburn by Screening

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  9. New Machines and Gadgets

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Pressurized Glider Urged

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  12. Twinkling of Stellar Radio Waves Studied

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  13. Opaque Paper Best to Keep Vitamin in Bread

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  14. Artificial Kidney Used

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  15. Drugs Affect Artists

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  16. Million Molecules in Single Bacterium

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  17. First Ocean Phone Cable

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  18. Lack of Fertilizers Cuts USSR Agriculture

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  19. New Wire Coating Will Permit Smaller Motors

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  20. Insects Are Building Up

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  21. Self Judgment Poor

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  22. Bat Makes Own Belfry for Daytime Sleep

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  23. Highest Energies Reached in Accelerator

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  24. Aspirin Stops Return of Kidney Stones

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  25. [Photograph]: Atomic “Iron Curtain”

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  26. Cheap Diet Outlined

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  27. AAAS Confirms Atlanta for December Meeting

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  28. Southeast U. S. to Get Superior Lawn Grass

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  29. In Science Fields

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  30. No Excuse for Weeds

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  31. Change Ideas about Birth of Tornadoes

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  32. Books of the Week

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  33. Strawberries Free of Virus More Plentiful

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  34. Hunters Not Expected to Get Wild Fowl Limit

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  35. The past under the Sea

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  36. Science Youth Movement

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  37. U. S. Tree Planting Reaches All-Time High

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