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The “Oregon” a Prototype of the Dreadnought?, “The World Patent”, and more

Bion Joseph Arnold

An Engineer Who Is the Right-hand Man of Public Service Commissions

By Thomas Commerford Martin

The Opening of the Radium Institute in London

A Red Letter Day In the Annals of medicine

Atwood and his St. Louis-New York Flight

A Record Full of Promise

Scientific Developments in Aerial Navigation

Army Aeroplanes; New Air Maps; Submarines and Aeroplanes

Using a Reflector on a Hacksaw

A Simple Tube Cutter

By H. B. Chapman

Suggestions for the Workshop - September 9, 1911

A Simple Tube Cutter

By William Grötzinger

The Grapnel as a Mushroom Anchor

A Simple Tube Cutter

By Albert F. Bishop

Handy Man's Medicine Chest

A Simple Tube Cutter

By W. R. Ingraham

Abstracts from Current Periodicals- September 9, 1911

Phases of Science as Other Editors See Them

The New British Dreadnoughts

How the New l3.5-inch Gun Is Mounted on the American Center-line Plan

The Creation of “Artificial Life”

The Making of Living Matter from Non-living'

By Benjamin C. Gruenberg

The Inventor's Department - September 9, 1911

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

The Current Supplement, Materials for Paper Money, and more

Departments

  • Letters

    Correspondence- September 9, 1911

  • Departments

    New Books, Etc.- September 9, 1911

  • Notes and Queries- September 9, 1911

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