Vol. 88 No. #4

More Stories from the July 24, 1965 issue

  1. Books of the Week

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  2. Stanford University to Have British Campus

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  3. Current U.S. Patents

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  4. Supersonic Sled Built for Antimissile Tests

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  5. Fire Fighters Pack Fire-Finding Pistols

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  6. Nature Note

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  7. Hogs, Cows Getting ‘People’ Treatment

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  8. Plant Growth Hormone Induces Tree Maturation

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  9. Strong Root Systems Increase Grain Output

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  10. Abortions Sought Abroad

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  11. Czechs Impose Curbs on Cigarette Smoking

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  12. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  13. Doctors Are Reading

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  14. Front Matter

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  15. Earth Could Infect Mars

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  16. [Photograph]: Simulated Meteoroid

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  17. Sky Elevator Proposed to Link Space to Earth

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  18. Test Chamber Simulates Outer Space Conditions

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  19. Mariner Observes Mars

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  20. Mars Atmosphere Is as Earth’s Once Was

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  21. Spinning Space Net Designed for Reentry

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  22. Need More Heart Study

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  23. Laser to Relieve Cancer

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  24. Machine Measures Lungs Then Administers Oxygen

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  25. False ‘Senility’ Cured

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  26. [Photograph]: 4,700-Mile Telephone Call

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  27. DNA, RNA Synthesized in Lab ‘The Easy Way’

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  28. Nursing Shortage Critical under War Conditions

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  29. Gulf Stream Probed

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  30. Can Man Live Undersea?

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  31. Instrument under Ocean Records First Earthquake

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  32. Atomic Era 20 Years Old

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  33. Computer Program Checks on H-Bomb Test

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  34. Atomic Energy Provides Power for Foghorn

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  35. Goggles Protect Eyes from Nuclear Explosion

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  36. In Science Fields

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  37. Three Planets Visible

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  38. More Science by Doing Stressed in Britain

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  39. Decay May Split Comets, Not Nearness to Sun

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  40. 40-Inch Telescope to Be Built in Wisconsin

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  41. Remains of Inland Sea Discovered in Australia

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