Vol. 62 No. #17 Archives

More Stories from the October 25, 1952 issue

  1. Two Pituitary Hormones Separated for First Time

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  2. New Noses from Steers

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  3. Nature Outdoes Bomb

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  4. New Machines and Gadgets

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  5. Nature Ramblings: Bird Migrations

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  6. Front Matter

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  7. Calf Experiments Show Scanty Diet Possible

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  8. Noses Get “New Look” with Tantalum Mesh

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  9. [Photograph]: New Weapon

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  10. Efficient Heat Pumps

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  11. Polio Protection Pill

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  12. Atom Cannon Has Double Recoil Mechanism

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  13. Hail as Flying Hazard

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  14. Medical Whodunnit Solved

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  15. New Transforming Device

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  16. [Photograph]: Sets Record

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  17. Clue Found to Earth’s Electrical Conductivity

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  18. Thin Seams Cut by Coal Mining Machine

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  19. Relax McCarran Provisions

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  20. Canadian Turbojets Now Used in Sabres

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  21. Giving Atomic Data to NATO Is Lengthy Process

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  22. Cosmic Rays Captured

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  23. Death Rate Low for Fourth Consecutive Year

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  24. Cyclotron Inventor Gets Color TV Patent

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  25. In Science Fields

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  26. Venus and Jupiter Visible

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  27. Books of the Week

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  28. Industrial Video Holds Great Future Promise

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  29. You Can Catch Measles in 10 Seconds

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  30. Plastic Die Stamps out Steel Truck Paneling

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  31. Bolivian Tin Smelter

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  32. Straightening Teeth Diet

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