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January-February 2013 (Volume 101, Number 1)

  • "Nature Is Dead. Long Live Nature!" by Robert J. Cabin
  • "Switching Colors with Electricity," by Roger J. Mortimer
  • "Avian Migration: The Ultimate Red-Eye Flight," by Paul Bartell and Ashli Moore

March-April 2013 (Volume 101, Number 2)

  • "Not Just Going with the Flow," by Frank Fish and George Lauder
  • "Adventures in Mathematical Knitting," by sarah-marie belcastro
  • "Athletics and Herbal Supplements," by David S. Senchina

May-June 2013 (Volume 101, Number 3)

  • "Alzheimer’s Disease: The Great Morbidity of the 21st Century," by Charles T. Ambrose
  • "An Acoustic Arms Race," by William E. Conner
  • "Rapid Evolution in Eggs and Sperm," by Katrina G. Claw
  • "Wild Plants to the Rescue," by David Van Tassel and Lee DeHaan

July-August 2013 (Volume 101, Number 4)

• "Illuminating Dark Energy with Supernovae," by D. Andrew Howell
• "
Stents to Prevent Stroke," by Stephen P. Lownie and David M. Peltz
• "Solvents, Ethanol, Car Crashes & Tolerance," by Philip J. Bushnell
• "Botanical Illustration in China and India," by Martyn Rix

September-October 2013 (Volume 101, Number 5)

• "Lifelong Impact of Early Self-Control," by Terrie E. Moffitt, Richie Poulton, and Avshalom Caspi
• "
Flowers and Ribbons of Ice," by James R. Carter
• "Digital Forensics," by Simson L. Garfinkel
• "Citizen Science Takes Root," by Kayri Havens and Sandra Henderson

November-December 2013 (Volume 101, Number 6)

• "The Robot Ocean Network," by Oscar Schofield, Scott Glenn, and Mark Moline
• "One Family's Search to Explain a Fatal Neurological Disorder," by Nissa J. Mollema and Harry T. Orr
• "On the Trail of Monster Black Holes," by Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo
• "The Science of Seaweeds," by Ole G. Mouritsen

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