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Articles from Science News (January 15, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A Life of Discovery: Michael Faraday, Giant of the Scientific Revolution. Book Review 225
Antibiotics could save nerves. Brownlee, Christen Brief Article 242
Big quakes can free grounded icebergs. Perkins, Sid 326
Cellular sensationalism? Coleman, John Letter to the Editor 129
Crow tools: hatched to putter. Milius, S. 445
Hands-on math insights: teachers' mismatched gestures boost learning. Bower, B. 482
Landscaping stones may pose risks to the environment. Perkins, Sid 414
Living in a fog: secondhand smoke may dull kids' wits. Harder, B. 390
Moon boom doom? Cowen, R. Letter to the Editor 105
No Germs Allowed! How to Avoid Infectious Disease at Home and on the Road. Book Review 210
Not to your health: new mechanism proposed for alcohol-related tumors. Brownlee, C. 436
Palm-nut problem: Asian chewing habit linked to oral cancer. Parsell, Diana Cover Story 1279
Parallel Worlds: a Journey through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos. Book Review 212
Phage attack: antibacterial virus might suppress cholera. Seppa, N. 382
Proteins in the stretch: tugging at single molecules reveals their secrets. Shiga, David 1913
Really hot water. Raloff, Janet Brief Article 239
Reptilian repast: ancient mammals preyed on young dinosaurs. Perkins, S. 425
Seismic vibes gauge Earth's crust. Perkins, Sid Brief Article 212
Sparrows learn song from pieces. Milius, Susan Brief Article 271
The Seventy Great Inventions of the Ancient World. Book Review 250
Ultimate retro: modern echoes of the early universe. Cowen, R. 475
When laziness pays: math explains how cooperation and cheating evolve. Klarreich, E. 472

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