LA Times - Science

Tuesday th 9th of August 2016

Scientists at Antarctica's IceCube Observatory find no evidence of sterile neutrino particles - 12:51

Sunday th 7th of August 2016

Fishing industry denounces proposal for marine sanctuary off New England - 05:31

Friday th 5th of August 2016

Eco-friendly wines aren't just better for the planet - they taste better too, experts say - 21:01

The average home has more than 100 kinds of bugs living in it, new study finds - 16:01

Thursday th 4th of August 2016

The strange dance of the sunflower, decoded [video] - 21:01

Three vaccines prevent Zika infection in monkeys; vaccine trial in humans gets underway - 14:51

Wednesday th 3rd of August 2016

Amish kids help scientists understand why farm life reduces the risk of asthma - 20:31

Unfortunate dinosaur in New Jersey suffered from horrific case of arthritis - 16:01

Tuesday th 2nd of August 2016

Harmful actions may seem more sinister when viewed in slow motion, study finds - 19:31

Senior citizens rarely consult Dr. Google for medical advice, study says - 13:31

Medical benefits of dental floss unproven - 08:01

Will replacing thirsty lawns with drought-tolerant plants make L.A. hotter? - 06:31

Friday th 29th of July 2016

Martian gully theory doesn't hold water, study finds - 21:51

Florida likely has first U.S. cases of Zika from local mosquitoes, governor says - 13:01

Thursday th 28th of July 2016

Deep space travel might blow your mind, but it could be bad for your heart - 20:01

Wednesday th 27th of July 2016

Scientists find only one true wolf species in North America - 21:01

Why is Jupiter extra-hot over the Great Red Spot? Scientists puzzle over superstorm - 19:31

Remember the Ice Bucket Challenge? It helped fund discovery of ALS-related gene - 16:31

New species of tiny endangered fish found only at Camp Pendleton - 14:31

Scientists find microbiotic treasure hidden in the nose - 13:01

Tuesday th 26th of July 2016

Visual checks for melanoma get a shrug - 18:01

Could ice volcanoes explain Ceres' missing craters? Dwarf planet puzzles scientists - 15:01

Cloned animals don't age any faster than conventional ones, study says - 11:31

Monday th 25th of July 2016

The Rio Olympics likely won't increase the spread of Zika across the world, study says - 17:11

Race, ethnicity matters when cops make stops but not when inflicting harm - 15:11

Sunday th 24th of July 2016

Brain training may forestall dementia onset for years, new study says - 17:01

Friday th 22nd of July 2016

AI: NASA's Curiosity rover can now choose its own laser targets on Mars - 20:11

Thursday th 21st of July 2016

Dark matter eludes the world's most sensitive detector: What's next? - 21:21

Our gut microbes have lived with us since before we were human - 17:51

In Mozambique, honey-hunters summon birds to guide them to beehives - 13:51

Wednesday th 20th of July 2016

California GOP delegates suspected of contracting norovirus: Here's what it does - 16:21

Two for one: Hubble picks out pair of Earth-sized planets' atmospheres - 14:51

Tuesday th 19th of July 2016

Four rocky planets around one star? Kepler's new finds intrigue scientists - 13:01

The human eye can detect a single photon, study finds - 10:31

Monday th 18th of July 2016

A mysterious case of Zika raises new fears of person-to-person transmission - 18:51

Some earthquakes on San Andreas fault triggered by gravitational tug of sun and moon - 14:31

Saturday th 16th of July 2016

To avoid conflict, L.A. mountain lions choose separate hunting grounds - 02:31

Friday th 15th of July 2016

After asteroid hit, a giant cloud of smoke led to dinosaurs' demise, study says - 15:51

A woman spread Zika virus through sex in first documented case - 13:01

What's the dollar value of ocean resources? - 05:51

Thursday th 14th of July 2016

DNA from ancient skeletons suggests farming was invented multiple times in the Fertile Crescent - 16:31

Zika epidemic in Latin America may have peaked, and scientists predict it will be over in 3 years - 14:01

Wednesday th 13th of July 2016

Capuchin monkeys use stone tools to crack open cashew nuts - and expand the field of non-human archaeology - 15:46

In predicting a stroke's toll, location matters, but so do connections - 15:46

The Apollo 11 computer code had references to the Black Power movement and quoted Shakespeare - 15:46

A genetic link between red hair, freckles and skin cancer - 15:46

Underwater microscope catches corals dancing in their natural habitat - 15:46

Safe sex without condoms? With drugs keeping HIV in check, infected partners didn't spread virus - 15:46

Culture, not biology, may define which musical chords sound sweet - and which don't - 15:46

Brain changes wrought by gene linked to Alzheimer's may begin in childhood, scientists say - 15:46