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Articles from Science News (November 14, 2015)

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Before Europe, humans went to Asia: people reached China by 80,000 years ago, fossil teeth suggest. Bower, Bruce 534
Brightest glowworms get the guys. Samoray, Chris Brief article 161
Cancer drug's effectiveness inflated in animal studies. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 147
Ceres' peaks and craters get harvest-focused names. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 185
Comet carries alcohol, sugar. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 258
Cooking up a win at Broadcom MASTERS. Brookshire, Bethany 632
Daily pill prevents HIV infections: other options for preexposure prophylaxis in development. Beil, Laura 1168
Diet of Dimetrodon reconsidered: extinct reptilelike predator ate sharks, other aquatic prey. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 300
DNA illuminates reverse migration: ancient genome points to Eurasian ancestry in Africa. Bower, Bruce 416
DNA tags differ in gay, straight men: epigenetic changes may reflect sexual preference, study finds. Saey, Tina Hesman 574
Dog brain transplanted. Brief article 147
Earliest sea scorpion discovered in Iowa. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 170
Early globalization on display in history of Eurasian civilization. Bower, Bruce Book review 432
Earth's (not so boring) boring billion: when the planet's oxygen was scarce, animals may have emerged under the radar. Sumner, Thomas 2665
Elephants' secret weapon against cancer. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 195
Failure explores the upsides of mistakes. Raloff, Janet Book review 366
Gene editing put to the test in pigs: method could make organs safe for human transplants. Saey, Tina Hesman 909
Genetic diversity grows in U.S. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 105
Great jumping conchs. Milius, Susan 341
Head rush: blood exerts a powerful influence on the brain. Sanders, Laura 2391
High-fat diet's negative effect on memory may fade. Gaidos, Susan Brief article 251
Hunter-gatherers may get less sleep: but foragers don't appear to suffer from insomnia, study finds. Samoray, Chris Brief article 322
Hunting implicated in ice age die-off: warming didn't wipe out mammoths, study of tusks suggests. Rosen, Meghan 478
Magnetic shield for Mars. Letter to the editor 183
Microbes may disclose colon cancer mutations. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 126
Milky way may harbor primeval stars: astronomers dig through cosmic pollution to find stellar fossils. Crockett, Christopher 362
Multitaskers do worse on tasks that require focus. Gaidos, Susan Report 192
Nets full of holes snag memories: mesh that wraps nerve cells may store long-term info. Sanders, Laura Report 431
Oldest fossil of a pregnant early horse found. Gilbert, Natasha Report 194
On the Wing chronicles origins of flying animals. Perkins, Sid Video recording review 349
Quantum computing goes old school: engineers modify silicon transistors to perform basic logic tasks. Grant, Andrew Report 535
Quantum loopholes. Letter to the editor 217
Scientists find the intrigue in earth's dullest times. Emerson, Eva Editorial 343
Sex influences ability to read crowd's emotions. Sanders, Laura Report 212
Signs of Huntington's appear in youth: adult-onset disorder may affect children's brain development. Sanders, Laura Report 300
Skin soaks up toxic air pollutants: lungs may not be main entry into body for some phthalates. Raloff, Janet Report 450
The web of animals that microbes call home. Rosen, Meghan Report 198
White dwarf upsets planetary system, consumes evidence. Crockett, Christopher Report 146

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