Vol. 41 No. #20 Archives

More Stories from the May 16, 1942 issue

  1. Human Trials of Chemical for Tuberculosis Succeed

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  2. Fluorine Swabbed on Teeth Cuts down Tooth Decay

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  3. [Photograph]: Giant among Fungi

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  4. Syrup of Germs Devised to Help Soldiers Eat Grass

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  5. Plastics Shortage Averted by New Material from Wood

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  6. [Photographs]: Warhawk

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  7. War Toys Not Harmful to the Minds of Children

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  8. Japs Have Reproduced Nylon in Preparation for Post-War

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  9. [Photographs]: This Is How the Root Development in the Water Vapor Culture Box Looks

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  10. Soilless Gardening Aids in Study of Plant Diseases

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  11. Movie Star Can Sing and Still Look Beautiful

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  12. 65 Bombers Could Be Made in Time Lost by Accidents

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  13. Conserve by Learning to Splice Rope

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  14. Science Observer

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  15. Smoking, Not the Nicotine, Raises Blood Pressure

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  16. Sulfa Drug Proved Harmful in Nasal Injections

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  17. Japan Was Once Ruled by Line of Women

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  18. Curare Is Now Isolated in Pure Crystalline Form

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  19. Sensitive Rats Made Immune to Fit-Producing Noises

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  20. Eskimo Women Are Making Boots for Alaska Troops

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  21. Nature Ramblings: Try It on Two Dogs

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  22. Peru Hopes to Increase Tanning Extract Exports

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  23. New Machines and Gadgets

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  24. Huge Gears Transmit Power of Turbines to Propellers

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  25. Caltech Seismographs Record Naval Gunfire

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  26. First Glances at New Books

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  27. Front Matter

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