Vol. 57 No. #20

More Stories from the May 20, 1950 issue

  1. Books of the Week

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  2. Doctors Know How to Treat Most Atomic Bomb Injuries

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  3. New Machines and Gadgets

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  4. Front Matter

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  5. From Now on: Radiation

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  6. Petroleum in 2000 A.D.

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  7. “Factory Thumb” Replaces “Washerwoman’s Sprain”

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  8. Radiation of Deep Cancers

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  9. New Chemical Slows down Cancer Growth

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  10. Less Rain and Snow Is Only Temporary

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  11. Rays Kill TB Germs

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  12. Virus, Gene Secrets Nearer

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  13. USSR Leads Prospecting

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  14. Less Glow on Spring Nights

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  15. Mica and Resin Base of Insulation

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  16. [Photograph]: Whale of a Generator

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  17. Top Minds at Work

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  18. Report on Antihistaminics

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  19. Microscope Needed to See Points of Nerve-Needles

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  20. Society for Psychopaths Is Announced

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  21. Finalists in Citizen Role

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  22. Peak of Veteran TB Cases Expected in 1955

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  23. Deep Freeze Keeps Pollen for Next Year’s Apples

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  24. In Science Fields

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  25. Low-Grade Ore Yields Iron

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  26. Detector Identifies Atoms

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  27. Scientists among U. S. Delegation to UNESCO

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  28. Jog-Log Helps Ships Zig When Ocean Zags

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  29. Nature Ramblings: Seal

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  30. Penicillin Treatment Prevents Rheumatic Fever

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  31. One Type of Grass May Remain Green All Year

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