Vol. 89 No. #25

More Stories from the June 18, 1966 issue

  1. Science Shorts

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  2. Yale Has New 40-Inch Telescope

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  3. National Crime Lab Proposed by Physicist

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  4. Nature Note

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  5. Brain Information Service Established

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  6. Phenobarbital Controls Newborn Jaundice Case

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  7. Space Program May Swamp Planes of Future

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  8. Group Nagging Seen in Polygamy of Aging

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  9. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  10. Doctors Are Reading

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  11. Front Matter

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  12. Organisms Causing Musty Odor Found

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  13. Detergents May Help Determine Water Purity

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  14. Prostaglandin Synthesized

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  15. Ulcer Operation Value Questioned

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  16. Jade Jaguar in Ancient Maya Tomb

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  17. Device Clarifies Helium Speech from Sealab II

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  18. Body Dances to Speech

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  19. Man May Owe Hearing to Ancient Fish

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  20. Splashdown and Recovery Viewed on Live TV

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  21. Revised Program May Save Time and Money

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  22. The Flight of Gemini 9

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  23. Resourceful Waste Management

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  24. Loop Causes Problem

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  25. [Photograph]: Cancer Producer

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  26. Breast Cancer Believed Prevented by Hormones

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  27. Drug Promotion Costs $800 Million a Year

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  28. In Science Fields

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  29. NASA’s War against Secrecy

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  30. Silent Turbine Designed for Use at Front Lines

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  31. Computer Holds Pictorial Data in Its Memory

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  32. U.S. Lags in Ocean Plans

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  33. Shifts Change Life

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  34. Deep Flowing Currents Deposited Ocean Shelves

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  35. Tiny Water Drops Measured Precisely

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  36. Books of the Week

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  37. Science Club News

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  38. Seaweed Supplies Low

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