Engineering and Science, Volume 44:1, October 1980

Engineering and Science, Volume 44:1, October 1980. [Journal Issue]

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Very Large Scale Integration: Designing "Street Maps" of North America |html | pdf |
Carver Mead and other Caltech computer scientists pioneer new methods of coping with the complexity of tomorrow's silicon chip.

JDR |html | pdf |
John D. Roberts was visible on campus even before he added the administrative jobs of vice president, provost, and dean of the faculty to his academic position as Institute professor of chemistry.

Future Prospects for Low-Pollution Combustion Engines |html | pdf |
by Francis H. Clauser
The reseach of a Caltech engineer shows that the fundamental limits of the combustion engine allow much lower emissions of pollutants than have so far been achieved. In fact, automobile exhaust cleaner by several powers of ten is possible.

The Scientific Method |html | pdf |
by David and Judith Goodstein
A physicist and a historian of science discuss the development of the scientific method and how - and whether - practicing scientists really use it.

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Research in Progress |html | pdf |
Signs of Life: Heinz Lowenstam continues to find biologically produced minerals in seemingly hostile environments.
Catalyst Converter: Fred Anson and his colleaues are testing complex molecules fashioned to act as improved catalysts in fuel cells.

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