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Articles from Science News (July 13, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
A camera captures voices from afar: method uses throat movements to reconstruct speech. Rosen, Meghan 493
Ahead of her time. Brief article 189
All chimps to join endangered list. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 114
Audio zones in cars. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 119
Billion-Dollar Fish. Wayman, Erin Book review 267
Bird penises wither away in egg. Gelling, Cristy Brief article 162
Bookshelf. Book review 181
Brilliant Blunders. Bohac, Allison Book review 279
C[O.sub.2] rise may limit oyster growth: acidification could stunt shell formation in larvae. Wayman, Erin 520
Cicadas, the atom and other frontiers of science. Emerson, Eva Editorial 425
Dead, live guppies vie for paternity: females can use sperm months after mates go belly up. Milius, Susan 417
Dialects dissected. Brief article 108
Echoes inspire interior map app: room dimensions might be collected with a cellphone. Grant, Andrew 360
Eel's glow could reveal liver ills: fluorescent fish protein binds blood cell breakdown product. Ehrenberg, Rachel 351
Extinct wolf may have begat dogs: no sign of ancestry in DNA from living populations. Saey, Tina Hesman 389
Eye chip stimulates blind rats' brains. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 172
Fructose fever. Vaughn, Art; Antonucci, Robert Letter to the editor 161
Human brain mapped in hi-res 3-D: digital atlas offers 50 times more detail than existing views. Rosen, Meghan 681
In the real world, cheetahs rarely go all out: famous for speed, the big cats also excel at slowing down. Milius, Susan 643
Invisibility cloaks can be low-tech: commonplace materials used to hide everyday objects. Grant, Andrew 354
Leprosy hardly changed since 1000: decline in prevalence can't be attributed to shifts in genome. Saey, Tina Hesman 334
Lots of headers hurts memory: brain abnormalities found in some soccer players. Seppa, Nathan 416
Math targets cities' essence: new formula relates city size to infrastructure, productivity. Ehrenberg, Rachel 1038
Mystery in synchrony: Cicadas' odd life cycle poses evolutionary conundrums. Milius, Susan 1555
Nail stem cells regrow fingertips: lost digits can come back if regenerating tissue remains. Gelling, Cristy 383
Necks arose in primitive fish: fossilized muscle shows animal could nod its head. Wayman, Erin 374
Nobelist's cancer theory. Brief article 189
Outstanding questions. Houk, Leslie Letter to the editor 102
Postcards from Voyager. Witze, Alexandra 561
Potato famine's cause. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 121
Radar sizes up ancient urban sprawl. Bower, Bruce Brief article 186
Say what? Zielinski, Sarah Brief article 112
Skull music. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 111
Snails trace ancient human trek. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 164
When the atom went quantum: Bohr's revolutionary atomic theory turns 100. Siegfried, Tom Essay 3501
Zippy memory chip uses light: experimental device could accelerate computing. Grant, Andrew 362

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