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Articles from Science News (June 14, 2014)

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'Rock snot' came with river changes: controversial idea suggests alga not an invasive species. Mole, Beth 797
A new twist on a twist. Courtland, Rachel Brief article 325
A proposal to create matter from light. Grant, Andrew Brief article 191
Accidental chemistry leads to new superplastics: self-healing or nearly unbreakable polymers can be easily recycled. Mole, Beth 387
Antarctic glacier melt may be unstoppable. Mole, Beth Brief article 150
Cancer research scores big at Intel ISEF. Perkins, Sid 747
Citizen Canine: Our Evolving Relationship with Cats and Dogs. Zielinski, Sarah Book review 362
DNA clarifies early Americans' heritage: girl's skeleton ties New World settlers to today's native peoples. Bower, Bruce 677
Do-it-yourself solar system: online game challenges players with orbital physics. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 222
Electronics may upset birds' compass: weak electromagnetic waves can impede robins' migratory orientation. Milius, Susan 787
Farming shaped thinking modes: in China, cultural differences arose from growing rice or wheat. Bower, Bruce 524
Football linked to brain changes: college players have smaller hippocampi than nonplayers. Seppa, Nathan 394
Groundwater loss sets off tiny quakes: draining California's aquifers may stress San Andreas Fault. Rosen, Meghan 500
High times: legalization trend forces consideration of pot's dangers. Sanders, Laura 2982
Indian frogs kick up their heels. Bohac, Allison Brief article 214
Invadopodia \in-vayd-uh-POH-dee-uh\ n. Broadfoot, Marla Vacek Brief article 137
Just two photons for teleportation: quantum information passed without third particle. Grant, Andrew 380
Light shed on galaxy's far side: 'variable stars' could help map Milky Way's dark matter. Crockett, Christopher 633
Lizards may scale back head bobbing to avoid predators. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 170
Longest year. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 235
Milky Way's magnetic field mapped. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 140
New brain cells might erase memories: neuron birth may explain why infants can't remember. Rosen, Meghan 777
No pockets of polio. Excerpt 183
On a different wavelength. Brief article 200
Organism with artificial DNA alphabet makes its debut. Mole, Beth Brief article 173
Outgoing Congressman Rush Holt calls scientists to action. Lemonick, Sam 366
Planetary identity crisis. Brief article 216
Quantum Mechanics: The Theoretical Minimum. Siegfried, Tom Book review 378
Spin of an exoplanet calculated for the first time. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 110
T-force: reprogrammed immune cells emerge as weapons in the body's disease-fighting arsenal. Gaidos, Susan Cover story 2969
Taking molecules for a spin. Letter to the editor 203
To be a planet. Brief article 115
Your brain on marijuana: two views. Emerson, Eva 354

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