Vol. 90 No. #17 Archives

More Stories from the October 22, 1966 issue

  1. ‘Doctor Shortage’ Studied

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  2. Disposable Toothbrush Eases Dental Care

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  3. Parrots’ Muscles Active

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  4. Packages May Float on Conveyor ‘Belt of Air’

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  5. Nature Note

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  6. U.S. Service Cuts British Research Time

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  7. UCLA to Build Satellite for Plasma Study

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  8. Back Matter

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  9. Front Matter

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  10. Race Image Improved

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  11. Eichmannism Described

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  12. Two Share Nobel Prize

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  13. Abortion Laws Condemned

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  14. Pump Aids Watery Brain

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  15. Metal Implants Help Hip Victims Walk Better

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  16. Food Surplus Running Out

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  17. ‘Extinct’ Pigmy Possum Found Live in Australia

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  18. Australia, South America May Be Linked by Insect

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  19. Pure Venom Saves Victims

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  20. Anesthetic to Be Given by Veins, Not Lungs

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  21. A New Look at Glass

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  22. Crops Fail, Food Crisis Mounts

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  23. Nuclear Rocket for Mars

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  24. Michelson Winner Named

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. Jupiter and Saturn Now Visible

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  27. UFO’s to Be Probed

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  28. Current U.S. Patents

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  29. Satellites Collide

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  30. Pilot Foolishness Cited in Small Plane Mishaps

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  31. Books of the Week

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  32. Canada Tests Noise

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  33. Ship Pilots May Soon Navigate by Microfilm

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  34. New Ideas and Gadgets

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  35. Doctors Are Reading

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  36. Films of the Week

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