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Articles from Science News (June 7, 2008)

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A little gravity. Lindsay, Peter; Perkins, Sid Letter to the editor 113
A special place in the universe: scientists propose tests of Copernican principle. Cowen, Ron 617
A step back from extinction: Tasmanian tiger DNA turns on gene in mouse. Saey, Tina Hesman 562
Antarctic ice tells tale of time with low carbon dioxide levels: core reveals temperature shifts over 800,000 years. Perkins, Sid 663
Brain remembers how to see. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 124
Einstein and Oppenheimer: The Meaning of Genius. Siegfried, Tom Book review 287
Good food for thought. Appleman, David Letter to the editor 90
Highs may hurt the heart. Ghose, Tia Brief article 141
How they shine: iridescence could be pretty meaningful--or maybe just pretty. Milius, Susan 1748
Insects: the original white meat. Raloff, Janet Cover story 2896
Lines in the ice suggest massive flip on Europa. Cowen, Ron Brief article 169
Lost are found: child soldiers can reenter, thrive in former community. Bower, Bruce 1055
More comments on the new Science News. Wellhouse, Ann Marie; Greene, Eric W. Letter to the editor 247
Naked in the Woods: Joseph Knowles and the Legacy of Frontier Fakery. Castelvecchi, Davide Book review 229
One is the healthiest number: method may identify best embryos for in vitro fertilization. Saey, Tina Hesman 540
Pigeonholing stories on birds, bubbles, bugs. Siegfried, Tom Editorial 407
Science past: 50 years ago: from Science News Letter, June 7, 1958. Brief article 153
Scientific observations. May, Brian Brief article 104
Students show their smarts at international science fair: participants compete for $4 million in prizes. Ehrenberg, Rachel 602
U.S. science policy needs to heed global realities. Hyman, Steven 759
What a tangled protein web humans weave: complexity depends more on network of interactions than on number of genes. Barry, Patrick 630
What gull. Cooney, Robert L. Letter to the editor 105
When worlds collide: parallel universes aren't supposed to be observable, but a cosmic crash might leave a visible sign of their existence. Steele, Diana 2209
With a closer look, chemists find molecules switch shapes slowly: findings may challenge theory explaining vibrations. Castelvecchi, Davide 684
Worst of both. Brooks, Clinton Letter to the editor 106

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