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Articles from Science News (August 10, 2013)

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A simple recipe for coatings: cheap approach may prove useful in foods, medicines. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 300
A thinking problem, sculpted into the brain. Emerson, Eva 411
Atomic ant sand. Powell, Devin 543
Bookshelf. Brief article 165
Brainwashed. Bower, Bruce Book review 288
City-savvy bird. Bohac, Allison Brief article 169
First foods linked to diabetes risk: timing may be important in babies predisposed to condition. Seppa, Nathan 426
Forecasting by computer. Brief article 150
Four-question test ID's depression: uncomplicated tool is quick way to identify mood disorders. Bower, Bruce 325
Gene therapy made safer: six kids with rare diseases stay healthy up to three years. Saey, Tina Hesman 438
Giant virus is notable not just for size. Gelling, Cristy Brief article 249
How molecules hook up in space: reactions in the cold sped up by quantum quirk. Grant, Andrew 455
Huge quakes foretell smaller ones: ominous activity triggered at wastewater injection sites. Wayman, Erin 847
Injured rats regain bladder control: nerve cells regenerated in animals with severed spinal cords. Rosen, Meghan 381
Intelligence is not memorized. Staats, Arthur W. Letter to the editor 117
Light trap makes perfect mirror: perforated material that reflects light could improve lasers. Grant, Andrew 408
Liver fuels white shark migration: stored energy enables swim from California to Hawaii. Milius, Susan 391
Microbes may separate species: removing bacteria in wasps spares crossbred offspring. Milius, Susan 526
Microbes put brakes on colitis: gut bacteria's compounds tame immune system. Shugart, Jessica 428
Might be giants. Milius, Susan Brief article 104
Not-so-smart perception. Massey, Holly J. Letter to the editor 125
Notorious bones: South African finds enter fray over origins of the human genus. Bower, Bruce 2737
Planets not needed in stars' rings: gas and dust together may form elliptical patterns. Shugart, Jessica Brief article 275
Reading minds. Brief article 141
Right antenna is bee's caller ID: sensory neuron asymmetry affects how insects interact. Shugart, Jessica 341
Say what? Brule\Broo-lay\ n. Bohac, Allison Brief article 127
Surgical tool smokes out cancer: method sniffs for molecular sign of certain tissue types. Gelling, Cristy 426
Technique inactivates down-causing chromosome: early-stage research could eventually lead to gene therapy. Saey, Tina Hesman 1159
Terrapins show off. Milius, Susan Brief article 108
The anorexic brain: neuroimaging improves understanding of eating disorder. Rosen, Meghan 3542
The Sports Gene. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 264
Under magnet's sway. Grant, Andrew Brief article 176
War arose recently, analysis claims: cross-cultural survey suggests Stone Age was peaceful. Bower, Bruce 748

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