Vol. 84 No. #3

More Stories from the July 20, 1963 issue

  1. Books of the Week

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  2. Patents of the Week

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  3. New Device Now Uncaps Honeycombs

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  4. High-Strength Steels

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  5. 4,000-Year-Old House Excavated in Peru

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  6. Eight- to Ten-Year-Olds Most Highly Imaginative

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  7. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  8. Doctors Are Reading

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  9. Front Matter

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  10. Breast Cancer Found in Extrovert Types

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  11. Air Conditioning Helps If You Use It Right

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  12. Experts Tackle Problems of Nation’s Alcoholics

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  13. Overdose of Digitalis Offset by Citrate Salts

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  14. Fluid Switches Studied for Use in Computers

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  15. Cold War of Health

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  16. [Photograph]: Open Air Clinic

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  17. Varied Achievements for Year-Old Telstar

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  18. Books Promote Progress

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  19. Experts Size up Russia

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  20. Mocked Grants Backed

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  21. Magnets Ripen Tomatoes

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  22. Color Vision Carried in Electronic Code

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  23. Queen Bee’s Perfume

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  24. Formula for Difficulty

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  25. Sand Caster to Aid in Fighting Forest Fires

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  26. Fatal Infections Traced to Bird Sanctuary Area

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  27. Drug Prevents Headache

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  28. Two World Records Set for Model Airplanes

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  29. Environment Simulator under Construction

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  30. In Science Fields

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  31. Animals without Germs

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  32. Hereditary Disease in Three Generations

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  33. Bricks without Mortar for Future Buildings

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  34. Summer Slaughter Is on; Accidents High in July

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  35. Heart of Atom Chamber Seen with Endoscope

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  36. Population Problems Hit with New Grants

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