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Articles from Science News (May 14, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Air pollution linked to wheat diseases. Harder, Ben Brief Article 240
Built for blurs: jellyfish have great eyes that can't focus. Milius, S. 525
Carnivorous Nights: On the Trail of the Tasmanian Tiger. Book Review 198
Correction. Correction Notice 92
Crystal clear. Goho, Alexandra Brief Article 271
DNA's moody temperament: gene variant linked to depression-ready brain. Bower, B. 529
FAB: The Coming Revolution on Your Desktop--from Personal Computers to Personal Fabrication. Book Review 211
Fleeting flash: pinpointing a short gamma-ray burst. Cowen, R. 550
Galactic data shore up a constant. Weiss, Peter Ulrich 347
In its own image: simple robot replicates itself block by block. Weiss, P. 430
It's kids' stuff. Levy, Yael Letter to the Editor 101
Learning to listen: how some vertebrates evolved biological sonar. Perkins, Sid Cover Story 2466
Metal rebel: under extreme pressure, sodium breaks the rules for turning into liquid. Goho, A. 483
Part-time police state? Williams, Patricia A. Letter to the Editor 84
Proteins' promise: new test could reveal early ovarian cancer. Seppa, N. 524
Scales tilt against five-quark particles. Weiss, Peter Ulrich 372
Something to chew on: hard facts about tooth enamel. Goho, Alexandra 2233
Test puts pedal to heavy metal. Weiss, Peter Ulrich Brief Article 242
The Bomb: A Life. Book Review 146
True North: Peary, Cook, and the Race to the Pole. Book Review 189
Waking up that lazy eye. Seppa, Nathan Brief Article 255
Watch and wait, or not: studies weigh risks of delaying prostate surgery. Harder, B. 556
What Einstein Told His Cook 2: The Sequel: Further Adventures in Kitchen Science. Book Review 167

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