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Articles from Science News (August 22, 2015)

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A voyage into Parkinson's disease. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article 301
Antibody that fights MERS found. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article 198
Boa suffocation is merely myth. Milius, Susan 392
Boosting estrogen, only in the brain: selective hormone treatment might minimize adverse effects. Schwartz, Sarah 772
Carbon dating could soon mislead: flood of fossil fuel emissions may make method unreliable. Sumner, Thomas 329
Checking in with alumni. 268
Climate change drove ice age die-offs: abrupt rises in temperature coincide with timing of extinctions. Sumner, Thomas 429
Elusive particle appears in 'semimetal': Weyl fermions detected in tantalum arsenide, physicists say. Grant, Andrew 572
Flowing ice, haze spotted on Pluto: latest New Horizons data explain dwarf planet's red hue. Yeager, Ashley 583
Genomical \Jheh-NOH-mih-cuhl\ adj. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 237
Good luck outsmarting a mosquito: interactions of sensory clues help bloodsucker find meals. Milius, Susan 819
Hands-free chemistry: new tricks and tech may help turn the tide for automated molecular synthesis. Mole, Beth 2004
Hormone guides root microbes: plants' salicylic acid attracts some bacteria, repels others. Saey, Tina Hesman 341
How brain-eating amoebas really kill: infection with Naegleria fowleri triggers fatal immune response. Sanders, Laura 429
Lessons from the Hindenburg. Bohac, Allison Book review 361
Maestros of learning and memory: Glia prove to be more than the brain's maintenance crew. Yeager, Ashley 2099
Memory transfer seen. Brief article 182
New 'habitable zone' planet ID'd. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article 209
New exoplanet: big Earth or small Neptune? Grant, Andrew 361
New Horizons phones home. Letter to the editor 275
One hominid or two? Letter to the editor 151
Origins of Native Americans debated: views differ on what DNA says about ancestral populations. Saey, Tina Hesman 844
Paying tribute to lost space shuttle crews. Schrope, Mark Brief article 392
Philae offers first close-up of a comet: ice and dust inside, 67P marked by variety of surface terrains. Crockett, Christopher 870
Plastic shell lets roach-bot squeeze through gaps. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 201
Potential pain reliever explained: in mice with nerve damage, bone marrow ceils ease agony. Schwartz, Sarah 453
Science News heads to China. Brief article 291
Shifting views of brain cells, and other fresh perspectives. Emerson, Eva Editorial 363
Snake fossil with four limbs found: specimen suggests serpents evolved from land reptiles. Rosen, Meghan 529
Stinkbugs are color conscious when it comes to their eggs. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article 205
Stretchy fiber lets electrons flow. Grant, Andrew Brief article 183
The inventive brain. Letter to the editor 212
Tiny spheres turn cells into lasers: light-emitting implants can help track cellular activity. Grant, Andrew 357
Wildfire seasons have lengthened. Sumner, Thomas Brief article 167
Writer takes home AIP award. Brief article 111
Zebrafish spark mutation debate: disparity in methods muddles quest to determine gene's job. Saey, Tina Hesman 521

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