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Articles from Science News (March 5, 2016)

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An alarm system for Earth crashers. Loomis, Ilima Brief article 126
Antiaging treatment shows promise: removing worn-out cells from body extends mouse life span. Saey, Tina Hesman 714
Babylonians used fancy geometry: ancients had remarkably modern way to track Jupiter. Bower, Bruce 509
Biologists fight to save salamanders: fears of new disease prompt import ban in United States. Milius, Susan 666
Cancer drug's effect against Alzheimer's debated. Sanders, Laura Brief article 278
Celebrating a new way to listen to the universe. Emerson, Evan Editorial 372
Cosmic shake-up. Crockett, Christopher 517
Deer have their own malaria: long-overlooked parasite found in some U.S. states. Milius, Susan 719
DNA may determine if you're an early bird or night owl. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article 120
E-cigarettes linked to new health risks: vaping may affect immune system, heart, sperm and behavior. Raloff, Janet 840
Early signing benefits deaf kids later on: exposure to sign language from birth may enhance mental skills. Sanders, Laura 321
Energetic tricks. Letter to the editor 190
Four-neutron nucleus detected: tetraneutron's possible existence defies expectations. Grant, Andrew Brief article 236
Health tracker sweats out the details: wearable electronic device analyzes chemicals in perspiration. Rosen, Meghan 339
Indian Ocean phytoplankton in danger: photosynthetic microbes are vanishing as sea surface warms. Sumner, Thomas 398
Listening for gravity waves: the long road to detecting rumbles in the fabric of spacetime. Bartusiak, Marcia 2668
Machine triumphs in strategy game. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 172
Male mice made sans y chromosomes: scientists engineer female embryos to develop as opposite sex. Saey, Tina Hesman 554
Meet the tarantula in black. Thompson, Helen Brief article 302
Memory cells enhance cancer therapy: strategy of engineering subset of immune cells shows promise. Saey, Tina Hesman 511
Mice offer clues to concussion risk: brain needs time to recover between hits, study suggests. Sanders, Laura 438
More than one way to quit tobacco. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 195
Mount St. Helens' rumblings fueled regional tensions. Perkins, Sid 399
Neandertal DNA poses health risks: genes inherited through ancient interbreeding tied to disease. Saey, Tina Hesman 1513
New app puts an earthquake detector in your pocket. Sumner, Thomas Brief article 189
New clues illuminate mysteries of ancient Egyptian portraits. Bower, Bruce Brief article 224
Olive oil untangles plastic. Kowalski, Kathiann Brief article 114
Penguin face. 103
Physicists detect gravitational waves: LIGO experiment's discovery opens new window to the cosmos. Grant, Andrew 1780
Planets may emerge from stellar duo gathering icy dust. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 178
Plutonium's 25th year. Brief article 184
Prion disease is personal. Saey, Tina Hesman 577
Probing links between genius and autism. Schwartz, Sarah Book review 371
Rocky world sets new record. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 148
Sneaky virus delivers the goods to brain cells. Sanders, Laura Brief article 200
Spiders sing the blues. Letter to the editor 226
The truth about zits. Hulick, Kathryn Brief article 108
Tiny brains made in lab dishes. Sanders, Laura Brief article 166
Urban heat islands exist in the Arctic. Raloff, Janet Brief article 242

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