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Articles from Science News (December 13, 2014)

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'Bath salts' lower brain's connectivity: finding in rats may explain drug users' depression, aggression. Baggaley, Kate 404
'Designing for Disaster' explores hazard-resistant buildings. Wayman, Erin 393
A look back at 2013's disasters. Brief article 150
Assaulting ink drops for science. Grant, Andrew Brief article 257
Bacteria help norovirus grow in the lab. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 172
Bird news, good and bad. Letter to the editor 148
Brain regions link odors to words: smell processing differs from vision, hearing, study finds. Ehrenberg, Rachel 497
Breathing returns to paralyzed rats: treatment boosts respiration long after spinal cord injury. Rosen, Meghan 400
Cassini maps Titan's seas. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 122
Colorado deluge produced flood of drug-resistance genes. Mole, Beth Brief article 122
Comet lander's exploration cut short: despite rough touchdown, Philae able to collect some data. Yeager, Ashley 646
Dark side of the rainbow. Letter to the editor 188
DDT lingers in Michigan town. Mole, Beth Brief article 122
Emotional wounds: for some children, the effects of a disaster reach deeper than anticipated. Beil, Laura 2710
Extinct reptile took to land and sea. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 134
Genes tell tale of cat domestication: traits differing in tame, wild felines linked to DNA variants. Saey, Tina Hesman 701
Graphene lets protons slip through: finding material's loophole offers promise for better fuel cells. Grant, Andrew 395
Gut microbes less diverse in humans: great apes harbor more varied bacterial populations. Saey, Tina Hesman 382
Human thoughts activate genes: mind control device switched on protein production in mice. Saey, Tina Hesman 623
Lightning strikes will surge with climate change. Sumner, Thomas Brief article 140
Magnetism locates ruins. Brief article 177
Massive study maps out insect history: analysis dates branches on family tree, rethinks relationships. Milius, Susan 548
Microscope that gives clear view inside cell. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 188
Milestone algorithm runs on quantum computer. Grant, Andrew Brief article 182
Objects with odd orbits return home: two distant travelers shed light on solar system's formation. Crockett, Christopher 641
Preparing for disaster, celebrating success. Emerson, Eva Editorial 376
Puzzling out post-op recovery. Letter to the editor 236
Race Unmasked. Bello, Bryan Brief article 404
Rare genetic mutations may protect against heart disease. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 163
ROBOTS to the rescue: DARPAs robotics challenge inspires new disaster-relief technology. Rosen, Meghan 2951
Snakebite test correctly IDs attackers. Seppa, Nathan 161
Some galaxies are short on stars: faint spheres could aid understanding of dark matter. Crockett, Christopher 613
Spiders enlisted as pollution sensors: hunting arachnids give glimpse of chemical threats to food web. Mole, Beth 528
Unseen planets sweep up dust around young star. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 106
War zone: an uphill battle to reveal Mount Nyiragongo's fiery past and forecast its future. Sumner, Thomas 3150

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