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Articles from Science News (January 24, 2015)

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Ancient Egyptian blue glass beads reached Scandinavia: chemical analysis extends range of bronze age trade. Bower, Bruce 649
Bee losses followed world wars. Brief article 113
Bird flu follows avian flyways. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 206
Bookshelf. Book review 119
Carbon quakes: an escape hatch from global warming may do some harm while doing good. Petit, Charles 3705
Concerned about cocoa. Brief article 252
Contamination blamed in STAP debacle. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 223
Crows may have the knack of analogy: birds pass lab test for picking out similar relationships on cards. Milius, Susan 460
Culture affects tones of voices: schizophrenia's hallucinations tend to positive in some places. Bower, Bruce 561
Delicious bird or poisonous caterpillar? Milius, Susan Brief article 273
Europa's geysers play hard-to-see: further observations of Jovian moon fail to detect venting. Grant, Andrew 571
Flu shot response depends on gene: targeting immune signaling protein may boost immunity. Seppa, Nathan 375
Foul smells during sleep may help smokers quit. Baggaley, Kate Brief article 145
Hydrogen sulfide may lengthen life: caloric restriction's benefits linked to amount of smelly gas. Saey, Tinahesman 1038
In darkness, rock ants tend to left: directional bias may aid search for habitats, evading predators. Milius, Susan 614
Insect-eating bats implicated as Ebola outbreak source: tree in guinea harbored suspects in infection of 2-year-oid who was first victim in epidemic. Saey, Tina Hesman 783
Largest rock moved by a storm. Sumner, Thomas Brief article 177
Monitoring mount Nyiragongo. Brief article 211
Nylon goes green. Mole, Beth Brief article 215
Old product might help smokers quit. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 216
Playing with science. Letter to the editor 154
Priming the elderly for flu vaccination: transplant antirejection drug improves antibody production. Seppa, Nathan 416
Repeat performance: too many studies, when replicated, fail to pass muster. Saey, Tina Hesman Report 4456
Science's self-criticism makes the enterprise stronger. Emerson, Eva 356
Talking baby talk makes child learn two languages. Brief article 168
The imitation game entertains at the expense of accuracy. Grant, Andrew Movie review 490
The trash man. Rosen, Julia 482

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