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Articles from Science News (May 31, 2014)

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Abandoned frog eggs can hatch early. Milius, Susan Brief article 209
Big babies: high birthweight might signal health risks later in life. Seppa, Nathan 3323
Building a better vaccine. 330
Color-changing polymer maps fingerprints. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 175
Earliest case of a battered child found in Greece. Bower, Bruce Brief article 145
Fly more, live longer. Brief article 128
In search of the unflappable qubit: stable quantum information could speed calculations. Popkin, Gabriel 468
Laetoli footprints show signs of unusual gait. Bower, Bruce Brief article 112
Making child's play of math. Popkin, Gabriel 510
Massachusetts insurance mandate lowers death rate. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 145
Material induces muscle regrowth: noncellular pig tissue attracts stem cells to fix injuries. Seppa, Nathan 392
MERS outbreak picks up pace: in recent weeks, virus infected hundreds, including two U.S. cases. Saey, Tina Hesman 1431
Mimicry lets birds keep cheating: drongos borrow other species' sounds to freshen up their fraud. Milius, Susan 422
Most extreme female penis is found on cave lice: insect's organ can be 15 percent the length of the body, extract sperm from males. Milius, Susan 565
Ocean bacteria may have shut off ancient global warming: mineral spikes in seafloor sediments coincide with halt in temperature rise. Popkin, Gabriel 409
Oldest flying reptile. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 204
On shaky ground. 229
One of the best ways for kids to learn science: by doing it. Emerson, Eva Editorial 375
Row arises over Homo erectus height: doubt over whether Turkana Boy could have hit modern stature. Bower, Bruce 530
Size of universe studied. Brief article 185
Students retain information better with pens than laptops. Sanders, Laura Brief article 151
Submariners' 'bio-duck' is probably a whale. Milius, Susan Brief article 163
The Amoeba in the Room. Bohac, Allison Brief article 295
The mysterious boundary: the entrance to a black hole could reveal insights into the Big Bang, the formation of galaxies and even death by spaghettification. Grant, Andrew 3165
The Sound Book. Perkins, Sid Brief article 299
Upside down and can't throw up. Milius, Susan 425
Virtual universe reconstructs over 13 billion years of history. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 221
Viruses buoy life at hydrothermal vents. Mole, Beth Brief article 147
White dwarf boosts light of companion. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 187
Young blood proven good for old brain: plasma component restores some of youth's vibrancy. Sanders, Laura 886

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