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Engineering and Science, Volume 20:1, October 1956

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Table of Contents

In This Issue

Letters

Features:

Science—the Endless Adventure
by L. A. DuBridge

More Power to the Synchrotron
Newly modified, the Caltech synchrotron is now the most powerful machine of its type in existence.

An American Physicist in Moscow
A Caltech physicist attends an international conference in Moscow and brings back an informal—and surprising—report on Soviet scientists and how they work.
by Murray Gell-Mann

Campus News:

Freshman Camp
A pictorial record.

The Summer at Caltech

The Phabulous Phil Conley
by Marty Tangora, '57

Alumni News

Personals

Alumni Fund

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