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Articles from Science News (June 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
2011 quake boosted Tokyo's seismic risk. Wayman, Erin Brief article 168
Atmospheric C[O.sub.2] hits milestone. Wayman, Erin Brief article 114
Back story: Jane's origins. Brief article 188
Bats map in 3-D on the fly. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 148
Bookshelf. 201
Brain region tied to math progress: advancement with tutoring linked to hippocampus size. Rosen, Meghan 354
Cannibalism in colonial America: girl's remains shed light on Jamestown's gruesome 'starving time'. Bower, Bruce 789
Carried babies reflexively relax: physiological response in mice, humans may be adaptive. Rosen, Meghan 383
Circumcision alters penis flora: different mix of microbes may reduce HIV susceptibility. Seppa, Nathan 348
Closed thinking: without scientific competition and open debate, much psychology research goes nowhere. Bower, Bruce 2426
Cracked glass tells tales: velocity related to number of spokes in star-shaped fractures. Grant, Andrew Brief article 320
Embracing the swarm. Perkins, Sid 574
Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech's Brave New Beasts. Bohac, Allison Book review 273
Fusion reactions. Baum, Bobby; Sykes, Robert; Stout, Roger Letter to the editor 322
Google predicts market moves: Dow drops when searches for certain words increase. Ehrenberg, Rachel 454
Greenland ice loss may level off. Wayman, Erin Brief article 150
Gut bacteria get cozy in bladder. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 175
Hepatitis B has ancient roots: bird genomes show virus is at least 82 million years old. Saey, Tina Hesman 273
Hookah smoking far from safe: water pipes deliver big doses of toxins. Seppa, Nathan 355
Infants perceive world around them: neural responses linked to visual awareness by 5 months. Bower, Bruce 413
Maximizing umbilical benefits for preemies. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 194
Maya civilization rooted in ritual: cultural interactions spread across a wide territory. Bower, Bruce 659
Maybe Earth's chlorine blew away: giant impacts could explain low levels seen today. Wayman, Erin Brief article 572
Meat on human ancestors' menu: Kenya fossils offer earliest evidence of regular hunting. Bower, Bruce 329
Mimicking the fly's eye. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 166
Mutation makes H5N1 flu lose grip: lab-induced change makes virus unable to bind bird cells. Saey, Tina Hesman 473
Mystery solved: eye on the ball. Grant, Andrew Brief article 143
Say what? Milius, Susan Brief article 122
Science past: from the issue of June 1, 1963. Brief article 133
Small groups foster interracial ties: larger settings increase segregation, simulation finds. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 246
Some at-risk kids can access guns. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 207
Sweet confusion: does high fructose corn syrup deserve such a bad rap? Beil, Laura Report 2522
The complexities of eating in today's world. Emerson, Eva Editorial 399
The Girls of Atomic City. Perkins, Sid Book review 293
Whales and monkeys learn socially: mammals' shared feeding behaviors could be signs of culture. Rosen, Meghan 704
Winged robots take to the air: researchers make flapping machines that mimic insects. Kollipara, Puneet 451

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