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Engineering and Science, Volume 24:3, December 1960

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Table of Contents

Books
The Intelligent Man's Guide to Science (2 Vols.) by Isaac Asimov
The Major Achievements of Science by A. E. E. McKenzie
The Autobiography of Science edited by Forest Ray Moulton and Justus J. Schifferes

Features:

Scientific Progress, the Universities, and the Federal Government
Excerpts from a report of the President's Science Advisory Committee—with comments by G. W. Beadle, a member of the Committee.

Cosmic Rays—Past, Present, and Future
What we know about cosmic rays after fifty years of research—and what we hope to learn.
by H. V. Neher

Scientific Aspects of the Nuclear Test Ban
A progress report on the nuclear test ban discussions conducted at Geneva, from the chairman of the 1960 conference.
by Frank Press

Campus News:

The Month at Caltech

Personals

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