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DEPAR TMEN TS
781 EDITOR’S NOTE
A new look
By Marcia McNutt
By Angus Deaton
▶ THE SCIENCE OF INEQUALI T Y SECTION P. 818
934 WORKING LIFE
A science career story
By Jim Austin
889 SUBSURFACE MICROBES
Global rates of marine sulfate reduction
and implications for sub–sea-floor
metabolic activities By M. W. Bowles et al.
892 DEEP EARTH
Melting of subducted basalt at the
By D. Andrault et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 800
895 CORALS AND CLIMATE
Mechanisms of reef coral resistance to
future climate change
By S. R. Palumbi et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 798
Ancient DNA reveals elephant birds and
kiwi are sister taxa and clarifies ratite
bird evolution By K. J. Mitchell et al.
FoxP influences the speed and accuracy
of a perceptual decision in Drosophila
By S. DasGupta et al.
Rapid Hebbian axonal remodeling
mediated by visual stimulation
By M. Munz et al.
909 MICROBIAL GENOMICS
Stop codon reassignments in the wild
By N. N. Ivanova et al.
913 CANCER GENOMICS
Activating hotspot L205R mutation
in PRKACA and adrenal Cushing’s
syndrome By Y. Cao et al.
917 CANCER GENOMICS
Recurrent somatic mutations
Cushing’s syndrome By Y. Sato et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 804
921 CANCER IMMUNOLOGY
The cellular and molecular origin of
By R. A. Franklin et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 801
868 From Science and other journals
871 INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Antibodies to PfSEA-1 block parasite
egress from RBCs and protect against
malaria infection By D. K. Raj et al.
877 DEEP EARTH
Disproportionation of (Mg,Fe)SiO3
perovskite in Earth’s deep lower mantle
By L. Zhang et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 800
Holographic description of a quantum
black hole on a computer
By M. Hanada et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 806
Real-space imaging of molecular
structure and chemical bonding by
single-molecule inelastic tunneling probe
By C. Chiang et al.
804, 913, & 917
A kinase mutation linked
to adrenal tumors