Vol. 61 No. #26
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More Stories from the June 28, 1952 issue

  1. Erratum: Most Powerful X-Ray Attack on Cancer Begun

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  2. Erratum: “Picture Drawings” Speed Production for Boeing

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  3. Erratum: Alcohol from Wood Waste

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  4. Erratum: Unusual Metals Go to Work

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  5. Noise Level of Cities

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  6. Inspect Plane Passengers

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  7. Warm over Most of Nation Until Mid-July

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  8. America First Peopled in Many Waves of Migration

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  9. New Machines and Gadgets

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  10. Volume Information

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  11. Front Matter

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  12. Beach Sands Made Hard

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  13. AEC Research Funds Cut

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  14. Try to Find Taste Part of Maple Syrup

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  15. Baby’s Arrival More Likely Late than Early

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  16. Tag Sprays for Study of Insect-Killing Action

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  17. ‘Flu Virus Found Smaller

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  18. ‘Flu Vaccine Protects, Industry Test Shows

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  19. Power-Line Device Reduces Flicker of Electric Light

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  20. Drug for Palsy Victims

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  21. Near 89,000 Planes

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  22. Polio Susceptibility Due to Double Inheritance

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  23. Blood Stored Safely for Months at -110 degrees F

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  24. [Photograph]: Walking for Air

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  25. TV Scans Ocean Floor

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  26. Circuit Breaker Passes Severe Test

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  27. TV’ed X-Rays Spot Cancer

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  28. Anti-TB Drug for Leprosy

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  29. DDT Less Popular with Farmers Now

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  30. Mars, Saturn Still Visible

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  31. Chemical Supplies Cancers with More Blood and Food

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  32. Radioactive Cutting Tools Aid Research Engineers

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  33. Nature Ramblings: Fish Can Drown

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  34. Blood-Brain Barrier Lack

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  35. Best Job Outlook for Chemists in Next Decade

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  36. Patent Improved Alloys for Electrical Rectifiers

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  37. Books of the Week

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