Vol. 67 No. #13
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More Stories from the March 26, 1955 issue

  1. New Device Measures Length of Molecules

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  2. Books of the Week

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  3. Can Calculate Smoke Down-Wash from Stacks

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  4. Predicting Suicide of Patients Not Practical

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  5. To Study Earth’s Heat

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  6. Discover Hot Spot on Pacific Floor

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  7. Honey Kept Fresh by Ultrasonic Waves

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  8. Wing Flap Scheme Tested for Vertical Take-off

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  9. Nature Ramblings: The Living Fossil

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  10. Molecule Affects Sight

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  11. Discover Nova in Southern Sky

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  12. Abnormal Red Color Discovered in Blood

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  13. New Machines and Gadgets

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  14. Front Matter

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  15. Up I.Q. by Mother’s Diet

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  16. Sees Warm, Dry Summer

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  17. Quick-Cooling Ice Cube Has Hour-Glass Hole

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  18. Convertible Hardtop Really Convertible

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  19. Overpopulation with War

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  20. [Photograph]: Tracks Meteors

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  21. Mushroom Antibiotic Helps Typhoid Patients

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  22. Potent Synthetic Hormone

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  23. Tiny Rocket to Drop Ball from 75 Miles Up

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  24. More Grasshoppers and Fewer Crickets

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  25. Tiny H-Bombs like TNT

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  26. May Can Fresh Milk

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  27. Six-Foot Air-to-Air Missile Has “Brain”

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  28. Patent Norden Bombsight

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  29. Easter Lilies Year-Round

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  30. Worry Rates with Poor Sight as Accident Cause

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  31. New Simple Sugar May Explain Growth Steps

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  32. Airstrips Cheaper If Thinner at Edges

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  33. Local Community Is Called Key to Crime

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  34. “Screening in” Important

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  35. Heavy Oil to Produce Coke and Gasoline

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  36. Cold, Distemper Viruses May Be Close Relatives

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  37. In Science Fields

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  38. Saturn Is Now on View

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  39. Love Helps Cat Diet

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  40. Can Prevent Dustbowls

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  41. Artificial Eyes Twinkle

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