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Personalities in Research, January 1937

By L. Warrington Chubb

China's Ol' Man River

Yellow River Breaks Dikes, Chinese Rebuild, Huge Engineering Job Done With Hand Labor, Ancient Chinese Methods

By O. J. Todd

Archeologist's Puzzle, January 1937

Broiler Factories

Eggs and Broilers in Mass Production, Thousands of Hens Indoors in Cities, Scientific Management, Controlled Food, Climate

By Philip H. Smith

Rotating Rocks

By Henry Norris Russell

Movie Cartoons in Color

Enhance the Action, Simple, Solid Colors, Must Harmonize, Not Clash, Exposure Becomes a Problem, Constant Research a Necessity

By Andrew R. Boone

Ourselves and the Feeble-Minded

By G. H. Estabrooks

Indium--A Metal Aristocrat

By Sidney J. French

Fish and Physicians

A Fish that has Flopped into One of the Biggest Scientific Ponds of the World--Cancer Research, Some very Important Revelations Have Resulted

By Harry Pelham Robbins

Status of World Navies

Recapitulation of Treaty Navies as Washington Naval Limitation Treaty Expires December 31, 1936

By F. D. McHugh

World's Longest Bridge Now Open

Oil Emulsions that Act Alive

A Research Step Toward a Comprehension of Living Protoplasm, Chemicals Imitate Simplest Forms of Life, How To Demonstrate

By P. A. Young

Departments

  • 50 Years Ago in Scientific American, January 1937

  • Recommended

    Books Selected by the Editors, January 1937

  • Departments

    Sacred Scavengers Now Resourceful Engineers

  • Our Point of View, January 1937

  • Australia Claims Oldest Live Thing, Telepathy's Reality and more

  • A Bill Worth Watching, Be Discriminating when you Discriminate and more

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, January 1937

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