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Guyford Stever Dies

Guyford Stever, who headed up the National Science Foundation and served as science advisor to Presidents Nixon and Ford, died, reports the Los Angeles Times. He was 93. Stever was trained in physics at Caltech and worked with radar during World War II.

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