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Articles from Science News (March 8, 2014)

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A tiny ocean vortex, with pop art pizzazz. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 161
Arctic melting may help parasites infect new hosts: grey seals encounter killer microbe as their territories expand northward. Saey, Tina Hesman 605
Beatles reaction puzzles even psychologists. Brief article 187
Bizarre vision may save brainpower: mantis shrimp perceive color in a way unlike any other animal. Sanders, Laura 361
Calculating vaccines' impact. Letter to the editor 142
Cat-induced death toll revised. Letter to the editor 158
Catching particle fever: documentary gives physics fans a look inside the Large Hadron Collider. Popkin, Gabriel Movie review 557
Common diuretic could alleviate autism symptoms: drug that lowers chloride levels in brain cells staves off abnormal behavior in rodents. Sanders, Laura 781
Creature power: the body's chemistry may energize pacemakers or search-and-rescue roaches. Lemonick, Sam 2654
DNA-built parcels carry cancer drug: biodegradable system may be nontoxic way to target tumors. Mole, Beth 381
Filament of cosmic web set aglow: peek at massive, outstretched gas cloud could reveal hidden structure of the universe. Popkin, Gabriel 547
Making it work on paper, and just maybe in practice. Emerson, Eva Editorial 370
Me, Myself, and Why: Searching for the Science of Self. Rosen, Meghan Book review 346
Monkeys born with edited genes: DNA-snipping technique shows therapeutic promise. Saey, Tina Hesman 339
Monopole mimic emerges in frigid concoction: physics experiment simulates long-sought magnetic particle. Grant, Andrew 449
Neandertal hot spots highlighted in modern humans' DNA: Stone Age people's mating with now-extinct species had both genetic pros and cons. Bower, Bruce 636
Neanderthal Man: In Search of Lost Genomes. Bower, Bruce Brief article 277
New life for The Science Life. Letter to the editor 168
Old stars glean neighbors' gas: snatching matter helps blue stragglers stay youthful. Yeager, Ashley 483
Orangutans take to the ground. Bower, Bruce Brief article 183
Prosthesis provides sense of touch. Sanders, Laura Brief article 154
Quantum timekeeping: physicists are exploring the mind-blowing possibilities of linking a new generation of atomic clocks. Grant, Andrew 2938
Rivers of volcanic rock and gas froze ancient animals in time. Popkin, Gabriel Brief article 155
Sexually deceived flies not dumb. Milius, Susan Brief article 125
Sharks could serve as ocean watchdogs: tagged with sensors, fish gather weather, climate data. Mole, Beth 510
Sloths, moths, algae may live in three-way benefit pact: insects and green slime may explain why the slow mammals make risky trips to the ground. Milius, Susan 611
Spore power. Mole, Beth Brief article 231
Step taken toward ignition: fusion energy output hits modest milestone. Grant, Andrew 684
Strong, lightweight material mimics the design of bone. Mole, Beth Brief article 159
Taming wildcat genetics. Letter to the editor 141
When snakes fly. Milius, Susan 500
Where antibiotics go. Brief article 101
X-rays uncover hidden faces in Rembrandt painting. Mole, Beth Brief article 175

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