Vol. 88 No. #5

More Stories from the July 31, 1965 issue

  1. Current U.S. Patents

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  2. New Rain Repellent ‘Wipes’ Windshield

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  3. Cure for Psychosis Seen

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  4. Time Halted for 45 Hours

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  5. Ticking Speed of Clock Influences Heartbeats

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  6. Peruvian Boys and Girls Have Longer Youth

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  7. One Billion Animals in U.S. within 20 Years

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  8. Flying Start Made on Kangaroo Count

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  9. Dancing, Buzzing Show Bee Language Evolution

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  10. Nature Note

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  11. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  12. Doctors Are Reading

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  13. Front Matter

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  14. Iron Age Village Built

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  15. Ancient Skulls Found

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  16. Physics Course Planned for Non-College Students

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  17. British Establish Office to Pool Information

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  18. ‘Teach and Learn’ Urged

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  19. Race and Income Keep Johnny from Reading

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  20. Invasion of Classroom by Gadgets Foreseen

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  21. Sex Offense Interpreted

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  22. Fire Signs Go Unnoticed

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  23. Respiration Study Needed

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  24. Virus, Appendicitis Linked

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  25. [Photograph]: Germ-Free Hands

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  26. New Vaccine Successful against Cattle Disease

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  27. Vital Space Plan Killed

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  28. Magnets Hold Satellite

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  29. Rough-Burning Rockets Cost Many Millions

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  30. New System Simulates Saturn V Liftoff

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  31. Insulation Protects F-111 from High Noise Levels

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  32. Spy Game Revolutionized

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  33. [Photograph]: Battle Carrier

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  34. Scientist Criticizes European Space Group

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  35. In Science Fields

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  36. Is There Life on Mars?

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  37. Cyclobutadiene Made

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  38. [Photograph]: Rare Earth Plant

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  39. Yellow Reflecting Tape Marks Construction Area

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  40. Books of the Week

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