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Articles from Science News (June 13, 2015)

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A reason for resin. Brief article 161
An exoplanet that may have erupting volcanoes. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 199
Ancient DNA pushes back timing of the origin of dogs: ancestors of domesticated canines may have split from wolves as early as 40,000 years ago. Saey, Tina Hesman Report 663
Andromeda reaches out to Milky Way: gas halo extends 1 million light-years from spiral galaxy's disk. Crockett, Christopher Report 358
Brain on display. Sanders, Laura 346
Chikungunya is on the move: the virus has found a new hemisphere and might get a new latitude. Seppa, Nathan Cover story 2900
Deepwater fish has warm heart: opah keeps much of its body warmer than its surroundings. Milius, Susan Report 699
Dissecting the optics of a cosmic superlens. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 240
DNA points to more recent Neandertal interbreeding. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 121
Earliest known stone tools unearthed: at 3.3 million years old, flakes, cores predate origin of Homo. Bower, Bruce Report 740
Electron pairs can take the heat: high-temperature duos offer insight into superconductivity. Grant, Andrew Report 420
Fruit flies flee from shadows: faux predators instigate response suggestive of fear. Sanders, Laura Report 557
Fruits caused to ripen by volatile ethylene. Brief article 153
Hooray for Hubble. Brief article 109
How scientists will (or won't) bring back extinct species. Bohac, Allison Book review 334
Impacts may have boiled early seas: hot aftermaths of asteroid strikes altered life's evolution. Sumner, Thomas Report 584
In which Homo sapiens became world's dominant species. Wayman, Erin Report 401
LEDs sabotage moth sex pheromones: night lighting misleads females into releasing weak come-ons. Milius, Susan Report 492
MicroRNAs track radiation doses: molecules could help identify people at risk after exposure. Saey, Tina Hesman Report 441
Molecular pursuits: using quantum chemistry to sift through a sea of compounds could launch a manufacturing revolution. Ehrenberg, Rachel Report 3073
Motherhood isn't easy. Brief article 172
Quantum meets chemistry, opening galaxy of possibility. Emerson, Eva Editorial 345
Same genes altered across domesticated animals. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 174
Sea salt may give Europa its stripes: brown deposits could result from water-rock interactions. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 288
Sex races \SEHKS REHY-sez\ pl.n. Milius, Susan Report 230
Snagging clots upgrades stroke care: device threaded up to the brain can unblock jammed arteries. Seppa, Nathan Report 1396
Spider silk is stronger with nanotubes: after carbon spray, animals spin fibers tougher than any others. Rosen, Meghan Report 492
Strung out. Brief article 278
Swimming with endangered manatees without bothering them. Zielinski, Sarah Report 523
Tampons: not just for feminine hygiene. Baggaley, Kate Brief article 216
Teen wins big for pollution control at Intel ISEF. Perkins, Sid 673

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