|Year (Volume & No.)||Title||Abstract||Author||Download|
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 2)||Chemical Engineering: Chemical Engineering, Nature's Way||Heat and pressure are often the chemistís most necessary ingredients. Wasted materials and wasted energy are his most prolific products. Natureís way, using enzymes, may change this.
||Thomas A. Dooling||PDF|
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 2)||Earthquake Engineering: The Shake of Things to Come||A great earthquake will almost certainly hit a big American city again someday. What happens then will depend in large part on what we do now.
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 2)||Science Policy: Bisplinghoff / A Conversation / Eggers||The latest additions to NSFís management, Deputy Director Raymond Bisplinghoff and Assistant Director for Research Applications Alfred Eggers, both bring the perspectives of engineers to their jobs
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 2)||The Scientific Community: A Gallery of Some Members||Garrett Hardin; Cynthia Morris; Frank Johnston||Author Unknown||PDF|
|1971 (Volume 2, No. 2)||NSF Notes: Notes||International Decade of Ocean Exploration; Technical Education;
NSB Executive Committee; Publications of the National Science
Foundation; Recent NSF Appoiintments and Reassignments; Hawaiian
Fruit Flies; Protecting Privacy; Heroin detection by spin labeling;