CONTEN TS 551 & 555 How a disease mutation affects protein function
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515 From Science and other journals
518 CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS
Decoupling circadian clock protein
turnover from circadian period
determination L. F. Larrondo et al.
RESEARCH ARTICLE SUMMARY; FOR FULL TEX T:
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 476
519 Low trap-state density and long
carrier diffusion in organolead
trihalide perovskite single crystals
D. Shi et al.
522 High-efficiency solution-processed
perovskite solar cells with
millimeter-scale grains W. Nie et al.
▶ DONG E T AL. 10.1126/science.aaa5760
The bubble-like interior of the core-
collapse supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
D. Milisavljevic and R. A. Fesen
530 REACTION DYNAMICS
Vibrational relaxation and microsolvation
of DF after F-atom reactions in polar
solvents G. T. Dunning et al.
534 ANIMAL COGNITION
Number-space mapping in the
newborn chick resembles humans’
mental number line R. Rugani et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 477
536 IDENTITY AND PRIVACY
Unique in the shopping mall: On the
reidentifiability of credit card metadata
Y.-A. de Montjoye et al.
▶ NEWS STORY P. 468; THE END OF PRIVACY
SECTION P. 490
540 ATMOSPHERIC DYNAMICS
Constrained work output of the moist
atmospheric heat engine in a warming
climate F. Laliberté et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 475
543 OPTICAL IMAGING
Expansion microscopy F. Chen et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 474
548 MITOCHONDRIAL BIOLOGY
switch in human mitochondria
K. Agaronyan et al.
551 Structure and activity of
tryptophan-rich TSPO proteins
Y. Guo et al.
555 Crystal structures of translocator
protein (TSPO) and mutant
mimic of a human polymorphism
F. Li et al.
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DEPAR TMEN TS
Bridging the opinion gap
By Alan I. Leshner
578 WORKING LIFE
An education that closed doors
By Jeffrey Mervis
Science Staff ............................................. 458
AAAS News & Notes ................................. 486
New Products............................................. 559
Science Careers ........................................ 560
477 CHICKS WITH A NUMBER SENSE
Chicks and humans map numbers to
space in a similar way By P. Brugger
▶ REPORT P. 534
479 BALANCING PRIVAC Y VERSUS
ACCURACY IN RESEARCH PROTOCOLS
Restricting data at collection, processing,
or release By D. L. Goroff
▶ THE END OF PRIVACY SECTION P. 490
BOOKS ET AL.
481 THE BLACK BOX SOCIETY
By F. Pasquale,
reviewed by V. Mayer-Schönberger
▶ THE END OF PRIVACY SECTION P. 490
482 THE HIDDEN AGENDA
OF THE POLITICAL MIND
By J. Weeden and R. Kurzban,
reviewed J. R. Hibbing
484 ROUGH WATERS FOR
NATIVE CHINESE FISH
By P. E. Hulme
484 THE VALUE OF
By L. F. Toledo et al.
484 TYRANNY OF TREES
IN GRASSY BIOMES
By J. W. Veldman et al.