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Articles from Science News (August 20, 2016)

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Anesthesia steals awareness in stages: going under is neither gradual nor abrupt, monkey study shows. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 286
Antibiotics might fight Alzheimer's: mouse study links gut bacteria changes to brain plaque buildup. Sanders, Laura 398
Astronomers prepare for transcontinental solar eclipse: next year, moon's shadow will race across United States, from Oregon to South Carolina. Crockett, Christopher 1130
Call of the whale. Brief article 202
Chasing a devious metal: pressure is on to make metallic hydrogen. Conover, Emily 2938
City of graphene hosts forum full of questions. Emerson, Eva Editorial 523
Committing Feynman to atomic memory. Conover, Emily Brief article 206
Dolly's cloned sisters aging gracefully: method to create nearly identical animals doesn't harm health. Saey, Tina Hesman 734
Electrons made to attract each other: experiment is step toward high-temp superconductors. Conover, Emily 533
Gas steers sun's magnetic fields. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 149
Gene drives' fatal flaw has an upside: inevitable mutations could prevent tool from running amok. Saey, Tina Hesman 447
Gut microbes, apes evolved together: bacterial family trees match those of humans and their relatives. McDermott, Amy 362
Honey hunters ask birds for help: honeyguides, Yao people communicate to collaborate. Bower, Bruce 698
How dinosaurs crossed an ocean: land bridges might have enabled transatlantic treks. Sumner, Thomas 509
It's all relative. Brief article 257
It's not easy being green-blooded. Milius, Susan 454
Jupiter's Great Red Spot is hot. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 244
Just a phase. Letter to the editor 168
Kepler's tally of confirmed exoplanets grows. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 225
Mosquitoes in Florida now spreading Zika virus, health officials warn. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 179
Neonicotinoids are inadvertent partial contraceptives for honeybees. Milius, Susan Brief article 133
New brain map is most detailed yet. Sanders, Laura Brief article 199
No universally healthy diet exists. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 224
Quenching society's thirst: desalination may soon turn a corner, from rare to routine. Sumner, Thomas 2720
Rare Chinese tree may help fight leukemia. Brief article 151
Science News in High Schools brings curricula to life. 270
Science's human side. Siegfried, Tom Book review 399
Sea life stars in a glass menagerie. Quill, Elizabeth 439
Swordfish oil boosts speed in water. Hamers, Laurel Brief article 190
T. rex look-alike unearthed in Patagonia. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 258
The nose knows how to fight staph: new type of antibiotic found in human nasal secretions. Emerson, Eva 469
Toxic e-cig fumes linked to e-liquids: with age and heat, vaping devices emit more toxicants. Raloff, Janet 402
Trading shared genes no problem among species. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 150
Yeasts can hide in lichen partnerships: discovery questions textbook idea of organisms' symbiosis. Milius, Susan 447

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