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Engineering and Science, Volume 26:6, March 1963

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Table of Contents

Books
The Scientific Life by Theodore Berland
Philosophy of History and the Problem of Values by Alfred Stern

Features:

The Obstacles to Partnership with Europe
The former Secretary of State gives his views on what we must do if we are to be effective in organizing the confrontation which is the inevitable confrontation of our time.
by Dean Acheson

Research in Progress
Radio Galaxies—the most powerful sources of radio signals yet found in the universe.

Induction of Cancer by Viruses
A biologist considers such fundamental questions as: What is the role of viruses in altering cellular functions? And how does the virus cause the transformation of a normal cell to a cancer cell?
by Renato Dulbecco

Campus News:

The Month at Caltech

Personals

Alumni News

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