Vol. 61 No. #13

More Stories from the March 29, 1952 issue

  1. Brass Metal Can Cause Skin Blisters of Workers

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  2. Books of the Week

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  3. Story of Plane Crash

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  4. More Natural Tasting Frozen Orange Juice

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  5. New Machines and Gadgets

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  6. Front Matter

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  7. 11,000-Year-Old Weapons

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  8. Live Animals Rocketed

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  9. Chemical Injections Prevent Kidney Stone Formation

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  10. Photosynthesis Material Concentrated in Algae

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  11. Tons of Meteor Dust Daily

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  12. [Photograph]: First Turbine Helicopter

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  13. Gold in Body to Remain after Cancer Is Destroyed

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  14. Quick Radioactivity Data

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  15. Safer Blood Transfusions with Antihistamine Added

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  16. Methods to Stop Rabies

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  17. Chemical Treats Arthritis with Fewer Harmful Effects

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  18. Hard Metals Shaped without Cutting Tool

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  19. Jet Pilot Ejection Now Fully Automatic

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  20. Facts about Cancer

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  21. Cancer Increases 30% in Decade in Pittsburgh

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  22. [Photograph]: Operation Flare

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  23. Map Edge of Moon

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  24. Take First Successful Picture of Plant Cell Wall

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  25. Submarine Log System Makes Navigation Easier

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  26. In Science Fields

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  27. Mars Still Getting Brighter

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  28. Printed “Wires” for TV

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  29. Reverse Sunglasses Aid Pilots Flying at Night

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  30. Teach Youngsters Bicycle Safety

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  31. Nature Ramblings: Early Dandelions

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  32. Jeep Has Snorkel Tube

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  33. You Roll Your Eyes When You Blink Them

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