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Engineering and Science, Volume 13:7, April 1950

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Table of Contents

Books
Max Planck, Scientific Autobiography and Other Papers
Route Surveys,
by Russell R. Skeleton

Features:

A Case Study of Innovation
A distinguished historian discusses the introduction of a single technological change in the United States Navy—and comes to some provocative conclusions about the process of change
by Elting E. Morison

The Ascent of Mt. Vancouver
What it's like to climb the highest un climbed mountain in the North American continent
by William R. Hainsworth, '18

The Billion-Volt Synchrotron
Caltech's new electron accelerator will be the most powerful machine of its type ever built

Blame it on Sunspots
by Robert S. Richardson

Campus News:

The Month at Caltech

Geologists on the Ground
A report on Geology's regimented vacation known as the Annual Spring Field Trip

The Beaver
by Jim Hendrickson '50

Personals

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