Vol. 44 No. #4 Archives

More Stories from the July 24, 1943 issue

  1. New Machines and Gadgets

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  2. School of Alcohol Studies Opens at Yale University

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  3. Synthetic Lubricants Show What Makes Good Oil Good

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  4. Finishing Touches Put on New Type Convoy Balloons

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  5. First Glances at New Books

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  6. Front Matter

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  7. Rubber Output Speeded

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  8. Penicillin Grown Faster

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  9. Lack of Anatomical Chart Fails to Stump Instructor

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  10. Sicily Is Mountainous

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  11. Cloud Chamber Is Used to Catch Germs for Count

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  12. Research Problems Listed for the Young Scientist

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  13. Speed Pictures by Flash

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  14. Keep Ham in Refrigerator to Avoid Food Poisoning

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  15. New Process Shortens Time for Doping Plane Surfaces

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  16. Hand and Head a Unit

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  17. [Photograph]: Better Maps

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  18. Recovery Hastened by X-Ray Used on Painful Shoulder

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  19. Keeps Stars Together

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  20. Vein Trouble Forecast

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  21. Jackrabbit Should Be Used to Ease Meat Shortage

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  22. In Science Fields

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  23. Nerve Banks Next?

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  24. Infra-Red Tests Fuels

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  25. Hot-Weather Plowing Kills Worm, Saboteur of Crops

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  26. Table of Ideal Weights

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  27. Pigeons Aid the Allies

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  28. Plastic Airplane Parts Prove Better than Metal

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  29. Nature Ramblings: Caveat Captor

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  30. Coffee Freshness Depends on Sealing Oxygen Out

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  31. Postwar Transports

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  32. Iron Printing Plates May Replace Copper and Nickel

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  33. Shooting Electrons Aid Attack on Rust, Corrosion

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