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Articles from Science News (April 6, 2013)

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A genetic exhibitionist. Saey, Tina Hesman 460
Alga benefits by borrowing. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 163
As Erebus lives and breathes: the Antarctica volcano's long-lived lava lake coughs up clues to the physiology of volcanoes. Raloff, Janet Cover story 2797
Camel ancestors lived in arctic. Wayman, Erin Brief article 201
Cat controversy. Cascorbi, Alice; Palmer, Steve; Haskins, Evelyn Letter to the editor 184
Craters may have nurtured early life: cosmic crashes could have created hydrothermal havens. Wayman, Erin 462
Direct detection. Brief article 146
Distant planets' atmospheres come into view: telescopes analyze gases on worlds light-years away. Wayman, Erin 796
Fluid vortex gets tied in knots: high-speed photography captures twisted twisters. Grant, Andrew 589
From great grandma to you: epigenetic changes reach down through the generations. Hesman Saey, Tina 2783
From the issue of April 6, 1963. Brief article 130
Hello warmth, bye permafrost: expected climate change could thaw vast expanses. Kollipara, Puneet 509
HIV eradicated in newborn: only viral traces remain after prompt treatment. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 319
Human cells rev up mouse brains: transplanted neural support cells accelerate learning. Saey, Tina Hesman 405
Louis Agassiz: Creator of American Science. Wayman, Erin Brief article 272
Magnet ring offers heartburn relief: device placed around esophagus prevents acid reflux. Seppa, Nathan 404
Mouse cells last longer in rat brains: neurons relocated to longer-lived species double life span. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 267
New home for runaway black hole: galactic ejection may have created cosmic wanderer. Grant, Andrew 453
No vacancies around stars: additional planets would throw off delicate balance. Grant, Andrew Brief article 257
Nutrients matter in tropics. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 178
Say what? Shugart, Jessica Brief article 116
Smallest exoplanet. Grant, Andrew Brief article 129
Sperm fight flow to reach egg: upstream swim gets male gametes to egg in men, mice. Rosen, Meghan 482
Squeeze on cancer. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 125
Students honored for research. Rosen, Meghan 635
The intrigue and reach of epigenetics grows. Emerson, Eva Editorial 378
The Kingdom of Rarities. Raloff, Janet Brief article 291
Transient ring encircles Earth: two radiation belts temporarily became three. Kollipara, Puneet 357

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