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    This Week in Science - A Volcanic Valley on Mars | Getting Around the Block | Gut Reaction | Synchronize Watches | Working the Angles on Chemical Bonding | Space Organics | Keep It Inside | Getting Wetter Faster | Farmer Displaced European Hunters | Acetylation and Autophagy | Microbes: Early and Often | Overthinking Religion? | Acid Rate | Handling Nitrosative Stress | Generating Inflammasomes...
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    Editors' Choice - Climate Science: The Way They Were | Biophysics: Taking the Wrong Path | Neuroscience: Evolving Function | Materials Science: Remote Heating...
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    Findings - Heat Held Back the Pioneers | Human Ancestors Out-Hunted Large Carnivores...
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    [Editorial] Driven by Basic Research - Author: Peter Gruss...
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    [News of the Week] Around the World - In science news around the world this week, Europe's flagship Earth observation satellite, Envisat, is still offline; Australian officials announced that part of a planned marine park will be set aside to help protect humpback whales; Mexico's legislature passed a strong, new climate change law; and negotiators from 90 countries agreed on the final design of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services....
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    [News of the Week] Random Sample - Researchers are holding a bake sale to raise awareness of potential budget cuts and how they might affect planetary research. A Greenlandic graphic artist and a group of Danish archaeologists and self-confessed "cartoon nerds" have created a series of action-packed graphic novels on the prehistory of Greenland, from the peopling of the island 4500 years ago to the shamanic traditions of later Dorset culture hunters. And this week's numbers quanti...
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    [News & Analysis] Cancer: California Weighs Tobacco Tax Hike to Fund Research - Thanks to the unhealthy habits of some of the state's residents, California voters have an opportunity on 5 June to make their home one of the world's biggest supporters of cancer research.Author: Greg Miller...
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    [News & Analysis] Archaeology: Ancient Migrants Brought Farming Way of Life to Europe - In this week's issue of Science, researchers report using ancient DNA from two sets of Scandinavian burials to explore the long-running question of how farming spread across Europe.Author: Michael Balter...
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    [News & Analysis] U.S. Science Budget: Spending Panels Back Boosts for NSF, NASA, NIST Programs - The National Science Foundation and NASA got off to a strong start last week in the annual congressional budget race.Author: Jeffrey Mervis...
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    [News & Analysis] Public Health: Despite Gains, Malnutrition Among China's Rural Poor Sparks Concern - The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention is seeking to improve nutrition for infants and young children and this year plans to double the 100-strong scientific staff of its Institute of Nutrition and Health.Author: Richard Stone...
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    [News & Analysis] France: Sarkozy's Foe Would Soften Reforms, Overturn Stem Cell Law - If Socialist François Hollande wins France's presidential election, he would soften the impact of some of President Nicolas Sarkozy's higher education and research reforms and would try to repeal France's ban on embryonic stem cell research.Author: Barbara Casassus...
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    [News & Analysis] Physics: Textbook Electrodynamics May Contradict Relativity - A scientist claims that the classic formula for the force exerted by electric and magnetic fields?the so-called Lorentz force?clashes with Einstein's special theory of relativity.Author: Adrian Cho...
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    [News & Analysis] Global Warming: The Greenhouse Is Making the Water-Poor Even Poorer - A new study of the ocean's changing salinity in this week's issue of Science confirms that a strengthening greenhouse will increase precipitation where it is already relatively high and decrease it where it is already low.Author: Richard A. Kerr...
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    [News Focus] Public Health: Europe's Embarrassing Problem - Measles, an easily preventable disease, has made a comeback in one of the richest parts of the world. Public health experts are unsure how to fight back.Author: Kai Kupferschmidt...
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    [News Focus] Public Health: After a Successful Decade, Global Fight Appears Stalled - A new report estimates that global measles deaths declined dramatically between 2000 and 2007, but since 2007, the numbers have essentially remained flat.Author: Kai Kupferschmidt...
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    [News Focus] Evolution of Language: Experiments Probe Language's Origins and Development - In a new twist for an old field, language researchers are heading to the laboratory to test hypotheses.Author: Dennis Normile...
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    [News Focus] Evolution of Language: Where Time Goes Up and Down - At the Tokyo Evolutionary Linguistics Forum, researchers presented an example of a different way of thinking?and gesturing?about time: topographically.Author: Dennis Normile...
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    [Letter] Chile's Research Planning Falls Short - Authors: Pablo Astudillo, Carlos J. Blondel, Tomás Norambuena, Katia Soto...
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    [Letter] Don't Jump to Conclusions on Fraud - Author: Jonathan B. Losos...
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    [Letter] Finding Balance in Fisheries Management - Authors: Sara M. Maxwell, Elliott L. Hazen, Lance E. Morgan, Helen Bailey, Rebecca Lewison...
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    [Technical Comment] Comment on ?Universality in the Evolution of Orientation Columns in the Visual Cortex? - Authors: Yicong Meng, Shigeru Tanaka, Chi-Sang Poon...
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    [Technical Response] Response to Comment on ?Universality in the Evolution of Orientation Columns in the Visual Cortex? - Authors: Wolfgang Keil, Matthias Kaschube, Michael Schnabel, Zoltan F. Kisvarday, Siegrid Löwel, David M. Coppola, Leonard E. White, Fred Wolf...
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    [Book Review] Film: Environment: Wildlife, Wildlands, Water, and More - Our reviewers comment on nine of the movies that were screened during the 2012 Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C....
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    [Books et al.] Books Received - A listing of books received at Science during the week ending 20 April 2012....
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    [Policy Forum] Public Health: Monitoring EU Emerging Infectious Disease Risk Due to Climate Change - Climate change, globalization, and other drivers have made Europe a ?hot spot? for emerging infectious diseases, which calls for changes in monitoring systems.Authors: Elisabet Lindgren, Yvonne Andersson, Jonathan E. Suk, Bertrand Sudre, Jan C. Semenza...
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    [Perspective] Immunology: Select Inflammasome Assembly - Inflammasomes that respond to pathogenic bacteria assemble in response to a specific cytoplasmic protein in macrophages.Authors: Daniel R. Caffrey, Katherine A. Fitzgerald...
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    [Perspective] Physics: Two Atomic Clocks Ticking as One - Optical fiber networks allow synchronization of distant optical clocks, which tick too fast to be linked via satellite signals.Author: Bruce Warrington...
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    [Perspective] Evolution: Microbial Evolution in the Wild - A genetic study of microbes in an acid mine drainage site provide evolutionary rate estimates for wild microbe populations.Author: Edward F. DeLong...
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    [Perspective] Astronomy: Complex Protostellar Chemistry - Numerical models show that protoplanetary nebulae are sites of chemical activity even in the cold outer disk.Authors: Joseph A. Nuth III, Natasha M. Johnson...
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    [Perspective] Cell Biology: Using Cell-to-Cell Variability?A New Era in Molecular Biology - Studying the phenotypic differences between genetically identical cells rather than their general features can reveal novel regulatory mechanisms for diverse cellular processes.Author: Lucas Pelkmans...
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    [Perspective] Geochemistry: A Hard Life for Cyanobacteria - The discovery of calcification inside present-day cyanobacteria raises questions about their geologic record.Author: Robert Riding...
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    [Perspective] Molecular Biology: Reprogramming the Genetic Code - Incorporating unnatural amino acids into proteins presents challenges in expanding the genetic code.Author: Jason W. Chin...
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    [Essay] IBI* Series Winner: Engaging Undergraduates in Global Health Technology Innovation - ?Appropriate Design for Global Health,? the IBI Prize?winning module, primes students to respond to global health challenges with novel technological solutions.Authors: Rebecca Richards-Kortum, Lauren Vestewig Gray, Maria Oden...
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    [Review] Multiblock Polymers: Panacea or Pandora?s Box? - Authors: Frank S. Bates, Marc A. Hillmyer, Timothy P. Lodge, Christopher M. Bates, Kris T. Delaney, Glenn H. Fredrickson...
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    [Report] A 920-Kilometer Optical Fiber Link for Frequency Metrology at the 19th Decimal Place - A long-distance fiber network is used to synchronize two optical clocks with high precision.Authors: K. Predehl, G. Grosche, S. M. F. Raupach, S. Droste, O. Terra, J. Alnis, Th. Legero, T. W. Hänsch, Th. Udem, R. Holzwarth, H. Schnatz...
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    [Report] Revealing the Angular Symmetry of Chemical Bonds by Atomic Force Microscopy - The angular dependence of chemical bonding forces was determined for carbon monoxide adsorbed on a copper surface atom.Authors: Joachim Welker, Franz J. Giessibl...
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    [Report] Coils and Polygonal Crust in the Athabasca Valles Region, Mars, as Evidence for a Volcanic History - High-resolution images from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show that the Athabasca Valles on Mars is volcanic in origin.Authors: Andrew J. Ryan, Philip R. Christensen...
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    [Report] Organic Synthesis via Irradiation and Warming of Ice Grains in the Solar Nebula - A mechanism for production of carbon compounds in the interstellar medium could also operate in protoplanetary disks.Authors: Fred J. Ciesla, Scott A. Sandford...
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    [Report] Ocean Salinities Reveal Strong Global Water Cycle Intensification During 1950 to 2000 - Global sea surface salinity changes show that the water cycle has sped up markedly in the past 50 years.Authors: Paul J. Durack, Susan E. Wijffels, Richard J. Matear...
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    [Report] An Early-Branching Microbialite Cyanobacterium Forms Intracellular Carbonates - Certain cyanobacteria precipitate carbonate internally, in a previously unappreciated biomineralization pathway.Authors: Estelle Couradeau, Karim Benzerara, Emmanuelle Gérard, David Moreira, Sylvain Bernard, Gordon E. Brown Jr., Purificación López-García...
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    [Report] In Situ Evolutionary Rate Measurements Show Ecological Success of Recently Emerged Bacterial Hybrids - The likely substitution rate per nucleotide per generation was estimated for a free-living microbial population.Authors: Vincent J. Denef, Jillian F. Banfield...
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    [Report] Origins and Genetic Legacy of Neolithic Farmers and Hunter-Gatherers in Europe - Genomic analysis of ancient Scandinavians reveals that agricultural expansion was driven by long-range population movement.Authors: Pontus Skoglund, Helena Malmström, Maanasa Raghavan, Jan Storå, Per Hall, Eske Willerslev, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, Anders Götherström, Mattias Jakobsson...
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    [Report] Endogenous Protein S-Nitrosylation in E. coli: Regulation by OxyR - Bacteria adapting to growth in the presence of nitrate activate a transcriptional regulator also involved in oxidative stress.Authors: Divya Seth, Alfred Hausladen, Ya-Juan Wang, Jonathan S. Stamler...
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    [Report] Function and Molecular Mechanism of Acetylation in Autophagy Regulation - The acetyltransferase TIP60 functions specifically to promote autophagy in cells deprived of growth factors.Authors: Cong Yi, Meisheng Ma, Leili Ran, Jingxiang Zheng, Jingjing Tong, Jing Zhu, Chengying Ma, Yufen Sun, Shaojin Zhang, Wenzhi Feng, Liyuan Zhu, Yan Le, Xingqi Gong, Xianghua Yan, Bing Hong, Fen-Jun Jiang, Zhiping Xie, Di Miao, Haiteng Deng, Li Yu...
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    [Report] GSK3-TIP60-ULK1 Signaling Pathway Links Growth Factor Deprivation to Autophagy - A signaling pathway is involved in cellular responses to serum starvation but not glucose starvation.Authors: Shu-Yong Lin, Terytty Yang Li, Qing Liu, Cixiong Zhang, Xiaotong Li, Yan Chen, Shi-Meng Zhang, Guili Lian, Qi Liu, Ka Ruan, Zhen Wang, Chen-Song Zhang, Kun-Yi Chien, Jiawei Wu, Qinxi Li, Jiahuai Han, Sheng-Cai Lin...
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    [Report] GBP5 Promotes NLRP3 Inflammasome Assembly and Immunity in Mammals - A human protein activates the assembly of a cellular complex that detects signs of infection.Authors: Avinash R. Shenoy, David A. Wellington, Pradeep Kumar, Hilina Kassa, Carmen J. Booth, Peter Cresswell, John D. MacMicking...
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    [Report] The Inhibitory Receptor PD-1 Regulates IgA Selection and Bacterial Composition in the Gut - An inhibitory receptor is important for gut microflora containment by immunoglobulin A.Authors: Shimpei Kawamoto, Thinh H. Tran, Mikako Maruya, Keiichiro Suzuki, Yasuko Doi, Yumi Tsutsui, Lucia M. Kato, Sidonia Fagarasan...
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    [Report] Microbial Exposure During Early Life Has Persistent Effects on Natural Killer T Cell Function - Early exposure of germ-free mice to microbes keeps later inflammation in check by modulating immune cells.Authors: Torsten Olszak, Dingding An, Sebastian Zeissig, Miguel Pinilla Vera, Julia Richter, Andre Franke, Jonathan N. Glickman, Reiner Siebert, Rebecca M. Baron, Dennis L. Kasper, Richard S. Blumberg...
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    [Report] Analytic Thinking Promotes Religious Disbelief - A dual-process theory posits a competition between analytical thought and religious belief.Authors: Will M. Gervais, Ara Norenzayan...
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    New Products - A weekly roundup of information on newly offered instrumentation, apparatus, and laboratory materials of potential interest to researchers....
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    [Podcast] Science Podcast - The show includes synchronizing optical clocks, the spread of Neolithic farming in Europe, a measles resurgence, and more....
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