Vol. 60 No. #3 Archives

More Stories from the July 21, 1951 issue

  1. Thumb-Suckers’ Hay Rake

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  2. Improved Ceramics Are of Varying Hardnesses

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  3. Books of the Week

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  4. New Process Yields More Furfural from Corncobs

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  5. Clue to Lung Cancer

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  6. Sense of Smell Baffles

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  7. 75 Have Frostbite Damage

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  8. Portable Drink Dispenser Ends Empty Bottle Menace

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  9. New Machines and Gadgets

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Alcoholics Not “Skid-Row”

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  12. Survey Science Manpower

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  13. 18,000,000 Civil Defense Pamphlets on First Aid

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  14. Anti-Bacterial Cement Effective in 9-Year Test

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  15. Whole Sky Brightened

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  16. Treat Arthritis Successfully with Postpartum Plasma

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  17. Little Fish Survive 1,000 Lb./Sq. In. Pressure

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  18. Fewer Borers in Corn

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  19. Turbo-Compound Engines Power New Flying Boat

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  20. For Science Understanding

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  21. [Photograph]: Synthetic Cortisone

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  22. Aerosol Process for BW

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  23. New Chemical Tested against TB in Warsaw

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  24. Light Helps Hatching of Damaging Mite

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  25. One-Eyed Person Can Pilot

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  26. This Time Americans Claim Doing It First

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  27. Terramycin Effective against Children’s Whoops

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  28. Heating System Combines Heat Pump and Solar Energy

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  29. In Science Fields

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  30. Wealthy South, Healthy North

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  31. Forced Confessions

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  32. Twists in Line Replace Ordinary Clothespins

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  33. Nature Ramblings: Honey Mushroom

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  34. Work, Play for Health

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  35. Flaming Gases Melt Ice on the Roadway

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  36. Metals Polished Electrically by Intermittent Currents

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  37. Spy on Sun’s Outer Surface

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