Vol. 36 No. #2

More Stories from the July 8, 1939 issue

  1. Refinery Machinery Is Rebuilt by Metal Spray

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  2. Surgeon General Defends National Health Program

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  3. Sulfanilamide’s Success Depends on Oxygen Effects

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  4. Meningotoxoid a Possible Weapon against Meningitis

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  5. Who’d Write on Lima Beans? Ancient Indians, Apparently

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  6. Serum for Athlete’s Foot May Come from Embryo Study

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  7. Synthetic Musk Patented by Du Pont Chemists

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  8. Strawberries Gas-Attacked Keep Two Days Longer

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  9. Plan Short Three-Day Route to Buenos Aires and Rio

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  10. New Yeast Quintuples Thiamin Content of Bread

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  11. Fight on Virus Diseases Brings $1000 Award

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  12. In Science Fields

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  13. U. S. Air Center Speeds Research

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  14. Find Ancient “Pittsburgh” Built by King Solomon

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  15. Monkey Birth on Island Assures Success of Colony

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  16. Serum Plus Sulfapyridine Advised for Pneumonia

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  17. High Altitude Neutrons Are Clue to New Atom-Smashing

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  18. First Steps to Language Discovered in Chimpanzees

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  19. Best Ways to Make Raindrops Studied to Aid Ray Research

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  20. Metallurgical “Surgeons” Operate on Steel Mill

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  21. Nature Ramblings: Enemies of Swine

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  22. New Health Menace Seen in Cadmium Coatings on Utensils

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  23. First Glances at New Books

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  24. Front Matter

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  25. Life Is Simply a Matter of Organization and Cooperation

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