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Articles from Science News (October 20, 2007)

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Axion gone: new tests find no sign of anomalous particle. Castelvecchi, D. 509
Bacteria thrive by freeloading. Barry, P. 270
Bad acid: ocean's pH drop threatens snail defense. Milius, S. 511
Better than pap: blood test detects cervical cancer. Williams, S. 430
Beware the starlings: common birds can carry avian influenza. Vastag, B. 440
CD players could serve as cheap lab tools. 276
Emotional memory. Barry, P. 283
Feet of clay, but superstrong. Castelvecchi, D. 228
Going coastal sea cave yields ancient signs of modern behavior. Bower, B. 535
Inside the Body: Fantastic Images From Beneath the Skin. 157
Looking for biomarkers: protein signature may warn of impending Alzheimer's disease. Seppa, N. 463
Motion of two nearby galaxies clouds the picture. Cowen, R. 300
Not just hitchhikers: human pathogens make homes on plants. Milius, Susan Cover story 1900
Platinumfree fuel cell. Castelvecchi, D. 274
Portrait of a Martian crater. Cowen, R. 148
Quirkology: How We Discover the Big Truths in Small Things. 186
Regulating muscle decline: small molecules linked to degenerative diseases. Barry, P. 493
Road worries. Buelke, Don; Coats, David A.; Allen, David T. Letter to the editor 181
Same pathogens people and plants: some bacteria can cross the line. Milius, Susan 505
Stem cells from virgin eggs: nonviable embryos could answer ethical concerns. Barry, Patrick 2016
The Best American Science and Nature Writing. 178
The Jesuit and the Skull: Teilhard de Chardin, Evolution, and the Search for Peking Man. 177
Titan: land of lakes--and drizzle. Cowen, R. 303
Vital Signs 2007-2008. 165

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