Vol. 30 No. #806 Archives

More Stories from the September 19, 1936 issue

  1. Susceptibility to Colds Is Tested by Use of Oxygen

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  2. West Coast Has New Atom Smasher Called “Rumbatron”

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  3. Experimental Plant Making Gasoline from Coal Shown

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  4. Food from Waste Wood Is Problem of German Chemist

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  5. British Scientists Hear an Optimistic View of Future

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  6. Civilization to Blame for Serious Diseases

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  7. Moderate Drinking Makes Driving Hazard

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  8. Finds Traces of Ancient Civilization in India

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  9. Urges More Vigor in Studying Science of Man

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  10. System of Signs Ideal International Language

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  11. Cyclops Was Not Greek; The Babylonians Knew Him

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  12. In Science Fields

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  13. Harvard Conference Hears Scientists from Many Fields

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  14. Sir Joseph Barcroft: Why We Breathe

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  15. Dr. Karl Landsteiner: Antibodies and Sneezes

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  16. Prof. August Krogh: Isotopes a Tool

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  17. Prof. The Svedberg: The Protein Molecule

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  18. Dr. Kiyoshi Shiga: Dysentery Unconquered

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  19. Prof. Arthur H. Compton: Electric Not Light

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  20. Prof. Eduard Norden: Roman Crop Insurance

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  21. Prof. Filippo Silvestri Polyembryony

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  22. Prof. Arthur Holmes: Billions of Summers

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  23. Problem of Power Control Major Question at Conference

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  24. Largest Gaseous Nebula “Found” by New Telescope

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  25. First Glances at New Books

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  26. Front Matter

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