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The Gould-Scientific American $15,000 Prize, A Satisfactory Compromise and more

The Submersible "Kobben" for the Norwegian Navy

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Life-Savers for Aviators

Two New Parachutes Invented in France

The Automobile as an Advertiser

A New Way of Attracting Attention

By Arthur Buxton

The Triumph of Intellect Over Instinct

The Modern Trend and Where it Leads

By Alfred J. Lotka

Christening the "Suchard"

The Airship Which is to Essay a Transatlantic Crossing in the Trade Winds

By Carl Dienstbach

The Largest Hydraulic Turbines in Existence

The White River Hydraulic Electric Development

By Barrett Smith

New York's Automobile Fire Service

Another Step Toward the Retirement of the Horse

By Herbert T. Wade

Head Noises and how one Scientist Studies Them

Dr. Marage's Wonderful Machine

By Jacques Boyer

Science in the Current Periodicals - March 25, 1911

In this Department the Reader will find Brief Abstracts of Interesting Articles Appearing in Contemporary Periodicals at Home and Abroad

Photo-micrography for Amateurs

By Norman Barden

Simple Hydro-comparators

By Frederick William Salmon

Curiosities of Science and Invention - March 25, 1911

The Inventor's Department - March 25, 1911

Simple Patent Law; Patent Office News; Inventions New and Interesting

Polishing Powder for Glass

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