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Engineering and Science, Volume 42:3, January-February 1979

Engineering and Science, Volume 42:3, January-February 1979. [Journal Issue]

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In this Issue


Cancer, Disease, and Immunity
by Leroy Hood
Immunology is a rich discipline that can bring research on fundamental biological questions to bear on the understanding and treatment of clinical problems.

Caltech Goes to China: Entries from a Diary
by Rodman W. Paul
Part II of an account of a trip to China, taken last fall by a delegation of Caltech trustees, administrators, and faculty.

From the Outside In
by George A. Seielstad
A radio astronomer suggests that it is time for us to try to develop a cosmic approach to some human problems.

Robert Wilson, Nobel Laureate
Alumnus Wilson brings Caltech its 18th Nobel Prize.

Henry Borsook — How It Was
An interview with a Caltech professor of biochemistry emeritus — one chapter in the new oral history program of the Caltech archives.

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