Engineering and Science, Volume 38:3, February-March 1975

Engineering and Science, Volume 38:3, February-March 1975. [Journal Issue]

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Table of Contents

Some Problems in Medicine that Present a Challenge to Technology
by Rachmiel Levine, MD
We need to make a concerted effort to communicate across the barriers set up by the technical jargons and traditions of each field.

Lead Pollution in the High Sierras
A pioneering study of the pollution of a pristine environment.

Go or Tell: The Future of Communication and Transportation
by John R. Pierce
Communication and transportation are essential to the human condition. How will they evolve and interact in the future?

Bush Babies in Beckman
A troop of tiny primates may hold the key to our understanding of the bases of neuroanatomical behavior.

Keynesian Economics and Inflation
by Alan R. Sweezy
We are not going to stimulate the economy if we take away with one hand what we give with the other.

Do You Know Where You Are?
A look at Pasadena's topographic backyard through the eyes of geologist Robert Sharp.

The Monster That Took On Walt Lee


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