Vol. 59 No. #13 Archives

More Stories from the March 31, 1951 issue

  1. Permanent Appointments for Draft Advisers on Science

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  2. Rifle-Shotgun Developed for Wilderness Downed Men

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  3. Nature Ramblings: The Living Fossil

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  4. Drugs, Money Might Spread Biological Warfare Germs

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  5. Strengthen Cotton by New Cyanide Treatment

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  6. Patent Improved Aluminum Electrical Wire Using Boron

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  7. Vitamin from Wastes Used to Fatten Pigs

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  8. Books of the Week

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  9. New Machines and Gadgets

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Cosmic Rays Analyzed

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  12. Clue to Age of Universe

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  13. Find Unusual Phosphate Minerals in Brazil

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  14. Supergiant Star Found

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  15. Corticosterone Successful

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  16. Find First Evidence for Inherited Obesity in Mice

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  17. Pursue Sun’s Last Mystery

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  18. Cancer Chemistry Probed

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  19. Test Food Processing in “Pilot Wing”

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  20. Baby Spiny Lobsters Roam Far to Grow Up

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  21. Four New Jet Engines Do Work of Six in B-47

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  22. Weather Control Remote

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  23. Texas Bird Cools Self

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  24. Spinal Cord Paralysis

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  25. Radar Directs Artillery

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  26. Human Brain Kept Alive One Week outside Body

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  27. Animals Studied for Ways to Beat Severe Cold

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  28. In Science Fields

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  29. Mercury Makes Bow

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  30. No Fungus, No Potatoes for Dinner Tonight

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  31. Electronic Devices Serve as Inspectors

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  32. Flowering Plants Evolved

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  33. Machine Can Produce Any Color Desired

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  34. Greater Range for B-47 with Aerial Refueling

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  35. Singing Commercials Cut from Radio by Device

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  36. Blood Vessels on Demand

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  37. Make Small Walkie-Talkie

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