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Johnstone's Fate and its Lesson, Studies of Root Life, and more

Science- December 3, 1910

Electricity- December 3, 1910

Aeronautics- December 3, 1910

The Award of the Scientific American Medal

An Annual Medal For The Best Device For Conserving Human Life And Limb

Motor-Driven Plow and Cultivator

By H. E. Miller

Electric Hot-Water Supply System

By Joseph B. Baker

The Life of the Deep Sea

The Modern Science Of Marine Biology

By Herbert T. Wade

Scientific Breeding of Animals and Plants

By M. Hamilton Talbot

A Typewriter that Operates Without Noise

Printing By Pressure Rather Than By Impact

Electrical Projection Experiments.-II

Simple Spectroscope for Studying Bright-Line Spectra

By Howard B. Dailey

Simple Experiments with Carbonic Acid Gas

By A. J. Jarman

Departments

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    The Heavens in December

  • Index of Inventions- December 3, 1910

  • Recently Patented Inventions- December 3, 1910

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