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Articles from Science News (October 31, 2015)

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'Whalecopter' drone swoops in for a shot and a shower. Milius, Susan Brief article 229
83-year-old math problem solved: proposal by Erdos involving number sequences validated. Grant, Andrew 515
A snake with legs. Letter to the editor 184
Adolescent brains open to change: teens' neural wiring is extra sensitive to outside influences. Sanders, Laura 1218
An amusing romp through word histories. Seppa, Nathan Book review 485
Ancient algae found. Brief article 160
Ancient hominid ears were tuned to high frequencies. Bower, Bruce Brief article 193
Artificial light tricks wild wallabies: bright nights knock seasonal breeders out of sync with food. Milius, Susan 668
Behold the pentaquark. Letter to the editor 187
Bronze Age mummies found in Britain: microscopic investigation uncovers once-preserved skeletons. Bower, Bruce 795
Chasing breath: search for one-way airflow alters lung evolution. Milius, Susan 3085
Chemists finally create elusive acid: textbook chemical cyanoform was sought for over a century. Mole, Beth 384
Chronicles of a lifelong love of fishing. Perkins, Sid Book review 356
Detecting consciousness. Letter to the editor 226
DNA varies from neuron to neuron: neighboring nerve cells can have distinct genetic makeups. Sanders, Laura 530
Double blow may have killed off dinos: timing of Cretaceous impact coincides with surge in lava flows. Schwartz, Sarah 503
Hollywood-produced science documentary series comes to TV. Saey, Tina Hesman Television program review 420
How to drink like a bat. Milius, Susan 433
Math describes herd fluctuations: equations quantify periodic spreading, clustering in sheep. Schwartz, Sarah 258
Mobile app busts mealtime myth: restricting eating hours aids in weight loss, study shows. Saey, Tina Hesman 794
Mysterious dimples on a comet. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 216
New dinosaur identified in Alaska. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 222
Nobels note neutrinos, DNA, drugs: work on particle masses, gene repair, fighting disease honored. Grant, Andrew; Rosen, Meghan; Saey, Tina Hesman; Sanders, Laura; Schwartz, Sarah; Sumner, Thomas 658
Noshing on nano: the tiny particles in what we eat raise big questions. Gaidos, Susan 2805
Oldest decapitated head in the Americas. Bower, Bruce Brief article 212
Perspiration is important, but inspiration is fun(damental). Emerson, Eva 350
Protein buildup triggers cellular aging: GATA4 could be target for treating senescence-related diseases. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article 212
Rocky layers reveal recipe for comet 67P. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 188
Salt streaks point to present-day water flows on Mars. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 149
Science News wins for 'Martian Diaries'. 127
Sperm protein may offer target for male contraceptive. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 115
SSP alumna named MacArthur Fellow. Brief article 101
Support the Society on Give to Science Day November 9. Brief article 182
Time-reversal mirror sends light back: no matter the angle, waves are returned along the same path. Grant, Andrew 545
Zippy videos teach chemistry of everyday life. Mole, Beth Brief article 196

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