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Articles from Science News (September 6, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
'NOVA' sets facts straight on vaccine science. Seppa, Nathan Television program review 383
'Octomom' sets egg-brooding record. Brookshire, Bethany Brief article 195
Airborne transmission of Ebola unlikely, monkey study shows: captive macaques did not transmit deadly virus. Saey, Tina Hesman 516
Carbon quagmire. Mole, Beth 3466
Computer chip mimics the brain: parallel-processing device could improve pattern recognition. Grant, Andrew 507
Dead zone shrank as winds declined: warming may not enlarge North Pacific low-oxygen region. Sumner, Thomas 484
Enlightening Symbols. Siegfried, Tom Book review 331
Gene methylation can lead to cancer. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 169
Geysers on Saturn moon draw up water from subsurface ocean. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 151
Goalkeepers deceive themselves. Akpan, Nsikan Brief article 168
Grizzlies master healthy obesity: tuned insulin signals may keep animals free of diabetes. Rosen, Meghan 419
Gut-dwelling virus is surprisingly common. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 192
Hippocampus helps pigeon roaming: birds without the brain structures take fewer detours. Sanders, Laura Brief article 274
Mummies reveal hardened arteries: pharaohs, ancient Peruvians, many others had heart disease. Saey, Tina Hesman 1018
Nematode sperm may go rogue: when worms crossbreed, male sex cells can kill partners. Milius, Susan 735
Odd-ball quasars may be closer than they seem. Brief article 178
Quantum Cheshire Cat detected: experiment appears to split neutrons from their properties. Grant, Andrew 846
Resistance to key malaria drug spreads: hard-to-treat parasites now affect several Asian countries. Seppa, Nathan 725
Robot swarm takes many shapes. Grant, Andrew Brief article 312
Robotic fingers lend a helping hand. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 177
Rosetta spacecraft confabs with a comet. Yeager, Ashley Brief article 228
Seeing past the jellyfish sting: jellies are home and more to a slew of creatures. Milius, Susan 2903
Single black hole may be masquerading as a pair: new observations cast doubt on recent discovery of binary system at galaxy's center. Crockett, Christopher 445
Sometimes value lies deep below the surface. Emerson, Eva Editorial 348
Stars' tilted disks clarify odd orbits: mismatched planet nurseries may shape trajectories. Crockett, Christopher 557
Study claiming narcolepsy is an autoimmune disease retracted. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 111
The art of science. Letter to the editor 231
The trouble with triclosan. Letter to the editor 188
Weighing in on birthweight. Letter to the editor 224
When big bumpheads break stuff. Milius, Susan 428

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