|Year (Volume & No.)||Title||Abstract||Author||Download|
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 3)||Ecology and Environment: The Grassroots of Ecological Theory||Ambitious students of natural ecosystems may mark the maturing of ecology as science.
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 3)||Science Policy: Putting Science and Technology into a National Context||An interview with Edward E. David, Jr., Science Advisor to President Nixon and Director of the Office of Science and Technology
||Bruce Abell; Jack Kratchman||PDF|
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 3)||Bioengineering: In Lieu of the Original||Making the tricky replacement of worn-out fody parts safer is the subject of collaborative study by surgeons and engineer.
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 3)||The Scientific Community: A Gallery of Some Members||George Van Dyne; John Backus; Hans Morrow||Author Unknown||PDF|
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 3)||Acknowledgement: 20th Anniversary of NSF||The White House recongizes the NSF and its contributions to science over the past twenty years.||Lee DuBridge||PDF|