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Engineering and Science, Volume 23:6, March 1960

Engineering and Science, Volume 23:6, March 1960. [Journal Issue]

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Table of Contents

A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
Project Sherwood—The U. S. Program in Controlled Fusion by Amasa S. Bishop
Science Study Series:
The Birth of New Physics
by I. Bernard Cohen
The Physics of Television by Donald O. Fink and David M. Lutyens
Waves and the Ear by Willem A. van Bergeik, John R. Pierce and Edward E. David, Jr.
Crystals and Crystal Growing by Alan Holden and Phylis Singer


The Place of Genetics in Modern Biology
Why—and how—genetics has become the keystone of modern biology.
by George W. Beadle

Research in Progress
A stimulant for red cell formation.

The Vanishing Engineer
"We need public understanding of the role of the engineer and the place of the engineering function as a part of the technological process."
by Frederick C. Lindvall

Campus News:

The Month at Caltech

Student Life
Bring on the girls!
by Brad Efron, '60

Alumni News


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