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Articles from Science News (June 28, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
A genetic quirk makes hair blond. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 160
A new view of a nerve cell's dispatch center. Sanders, Laura Brief article 305
Antimicrobial advice. Letter to the editor 141
Automated commuting. Brief article 184
Brain's support cells adjust hunger: astrocytes have role in controlling appetite in mice. Sanders, Laura 432
Carbon dioxide levels hit landmark in Northern Hemisphere. Mole, Beth Brief article 130
Coffee beans sing distinct tune. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 155
Dazzle or dust? The unpredictable glow of galactic dust could undermine the biggest cosmological discovery in years. Crockett, Christopher 1473
Dinosaurs Without Bones: Dinosaur Lives Revealed by their Trace Fossils. Perkins, Sid Book review 444
Drab now, female birds had more colorful evolution: male changes did not drive differences in avian plumage. Milius, Susan 616
Drug candidate may stop MERS: chemical disrupts assembly centers of coronaviruses. Rosen, Meghan 627
Earliest pants worn by horse riders: oldest known trousers originated in Asia 3,000 years ago. Bower, Bruce 445
Feeling less pain may lengthen life: metabolism improves in mice that lack a sensory protein. Sanders, Laura 370
Flightless birds' history upset by ancient DNA. Milius, Susan Brief article 201
Get a bird's-eye view of lawns with YardMap. Zielinski, Sarah Brief article 163
Health risks of e-cigarettes emerge: vaping pollutes lungs, may protect antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Raloff, Janet 747
Healthy placentas are not sterile: womb microbes resemble those found in women's mouths. Saey, Tina Hesman 737
Lasers heal damaged teeth: light stimulates stem cells in mice, spurring dentin regrowth. Rosen, Meghan 410
Musings on mammal milk. Letter to the editor 233
Nutrients may drop as C[O.sub.2] rises: crops' iron, zinc and protein may fall 5 to 10 percent by 2050. Mole, Beth 583
Parasite protein offers new hope for malaria vaccine. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 148
Plan for hack-free data encryption: quantum technique would eliminate snoop checks. Grant, Andrew 344
Prisoners, Lovers, and Spies: The Story of Invisible Ink from Herodotus to Al-Qaeda. Bello, Bryan Book review 633
Proton's magnetism pinned down: further analysis may reveal why universe lacks antimatter. Grant, Andrew 463
Recessions take a lasting toll on narcissism: hard economic times deflate young adults' self-regard for many decades. Bower, Bruce 702
Scientists struggle to find signals in the noise. Emerson, Eva Editorial 384
Speediest legs. Yeager, Ashley Brief article 247
Sun shines new life on Kepler space telescope: by balancing on sunlight, planet hunter reinvigorated. Crockett, Christopher 817
Sun's sibling spotted: method to find relatives may point to Milky Way birthplace. Crockett, Christopher 666
The many charms of cockroaches. Milius, Susan 420
To screen or not to screen: after 40 years, mammography's limits becoming clear. Beil, Laura 2781
Tracing ancient genes. Letter to the editor 221
Transplant approach for Parkinson's disease gets boost. Sanders, Laura Brief article 161
Violent storms may shatter sea ice: high waves' impact on frozen ocean hints at future trouble. Mole, Beth 470

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