Vol. 53 No. #13

More Stories from the March 27, 1948 issue

  1. Close to Absolute Zero

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  2. Books of the Week

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  3. Pacific Tides at Panama Higher than Atlantic

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  4. New Machines and Gadgets

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. Keep Scientists on Job

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  7. Adapt Jet Plane Research to Turbine Locomotives

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  8. Find Anti-Insulin Enzyme

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  9. Stop Bleeding in Patients

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  10. Personal Air-Conditioning

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  11. Feeding Complete Meals by Vein May Be Possible

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  12. [Photograph]: Babylonian Bricks

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  13. You Eat to Keep Warm, New Theory Suggests

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  14. Recording Track Running

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  15. Human Ribs Found Weak

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  16. Human Brucellosis Remedy Too Costly for Animals

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  17. Dogs Can Digest Starches, Experiments Indicate

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  18. Study Animal Virus Abroad

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  19. Fingerprint Snow Crystals

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  20. Two Comets Discovered by European Astronomers

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  21. In Science Fields

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  22. Venus Now “Evening Star”

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  23. Surgery Aids Mentally Ill

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  24. Criticize Attacks Made on Loyalty of Scientists

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  25. Assembly-Line Eating Is Invention of English Trio

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  26. Forecast Wave Conditions

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  27. Ethyl Alcohol Could Help in Gasoline Shortage

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  28. Efficient Engines Needed

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  29. Supersonic Air Pressure Measured by Light Waves

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  30. Huge Metal Crystals Open New Field of Research

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  31. Nature Ramblings: Spring Awakenings

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