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Articles from Science News (September 5, 2015)

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A little resveratrol goes a long way: low dose of red wine chemical protected mice against cancer. Saey, Tina Hesman 689
A reflective hobby. Letter to the editor 172
Ancestral humans had more DNA: genetic cuts and copies show evolutionary kinships. Saey, Tina Hesman 672
Blazar\BLEHY-zahr\ n. Grant, Andrew Brief article 186
Broadcom MASTERS seminalists selected. 171
Buckyballs turn on copper's magnetism. Grant, Andrew Brief article 188
Caterpillar treats and tricks insects: brain-altering secretions make ants defend butterfly larva. Milius, Susan 427
Children's book shows beauty of ancient predators. Brookshire, Bethany Brief article 242
Desert dig uncovers big carbon cache: aquifers may keep huge amount of C[O.sub.2] out of the atmosphere. Sumner, Thomas 433
DNA architecture, novel forensics offer new clues. Emerson, Eva Editorial 375
Ebola vaccine effective in Guinea trial: immediate shot after possible exposure protected against virus. Seppa, Nathan 673
Faint red stars can build water worlds drip by drip. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 238
Fish oil may ward off schizophrenia: promising results still need verification in larger study. Sanders, Laura 348
Gastric bypass surgery changes gut microbes. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 134
Giant pandas live in the slow lane. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 164
Learning from bad leaders. Letter to the editor 210
Long tongue, meet short flower. Milius, Susan Brief article 224
Map of Ceres' surface shows surprises. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 236
Mini moons may zip around Earth: one found so far, but more small asteroids probably exist. Crockett, Christopher 434
Nepal quake unleashed long shakes: low-frequency vibrations to blame for damage in April event. Sumner, Thomas 339
Never kiss a fat-lipped frog. Milius, Susan 409
New twist on entanglement: link between photon pairs preserved over long distance. Grant, Andrew 415
Oldest sperm. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 133
Revamping the measure of mass: new efforts bring scientists closer to redefining kilogram. Schwartz, Sarah 761
Scottish birds delight the reader. Perkins, Sid Book review 370
Skin cells transformed into nerve cells: druglike molecules provide simple reprogramming method. Rosen, Meghan 595
Society receives high marks among nonprofits. Brief article 306
Spicy food linked to longevity. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 155
Struggle to find origin of Earth's water: flawed methods impede quest to trace source of primordial ice. Crockett, Christopher 608
Swedes feed paper bills to pump to get gas. Brief article 171
The shifting nuclear terrain: the human genome's architecture is a moving target. Schwartz, Sarah 2571
Untangling the faith debate. Letter to the editor 237
Wanted: crime-solving bacteria and body odor: new techniques may boost credibility of forensic science. Rosen, Meghan 3207
Where salamanders should be very afraid. Milius, Susan Brief article 276

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