LA Times - Science

Thursday th 13th of October 2016

ZMapp, experimental Ebola drug, falls short in clinical trial that couldn't find enough new patients - 06:52

Wednesday th 12th of October 2016

Tiny craters, big impact: The moon's surface may be more dynamic than once thought - 21:01

Majority of women diagnosed with breast cancer after screening mammograms get unnecessary treatment, study finds - 18:11

With CRISPR, scientists correct genetic mutation that causes sickle cell disease - 13:42

Tuesday th 11th of October 2016

To improve the world's health, officials recommend a soda tax of 20% to 50% - 15:03

Cosmic radiation may leave astronauts with long-term cases of 'space brain,' study says - 11:01

Monday th 10th of October 2016

Your phone may be smart, but your doctor still knows more than an app - 14:51

How 'Goldilocks fires' can give rise to vibrant bird communities years after a forest blaze - 06:41

Friday th 7th of October 2016

Two Nobel-winning scientists left their mark on Southern California - 15:31

After Rosetta's amazing close-ups of a speeding comet, Kepler gives us the long view - 15:01

San Clemente Island faces dire threat from lowly earthworms, scientists say - 06:31

Thursday th 6th of October 2016

Apes prove it: You don't have to be human to understand what someone else is thinking - 17:31

As cities get warmer, their trees lose some of their ability to take carbon out of the atmosphere - 06:31

The bigger an animal's yawn, the bigger its brain, study finds - 05:31

Wednesday th 5th of October 2016

This is what can happen if an e-cigarette blows up while you're using it - 17:21

When, and why, must we die? - 15:51

The Nobel Prize in chemistry is awarded to three chemists for 'design and synthesis' of molecular machines - 06:03

Tuesday th 4th of October 2016

When it comes to views on climate change, liberals and conservatives are still worlds apart - 19:01

Nobel Prize in Physics honors 3 for 'discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter' - 05:26

Monday th 3rd of October 2016

With $1.1 billion in new funding, U.S. health officials outline plan for fighting Zika - 19:51

The care you get from your doctor may depend on his or her political views - 17:51

Japanese scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi is awarded Nobel Prize in medicine - 05:51

Friday th 30th of September 2016

Bees buzzing on sugar can experience emotions like happiness and optimism, scientists say - 14:01

How science would fare under a Clinton or Trump administration - 09:31

Rosetta's final moments: Watch live as the spacecraft closes in on comet 67P - 05:01

Thursday th 29th of September 2016

Astronomers spot spiral arms swirling around a young star, offering clues to early planet formation - 21:01

An unusual 'black moon' is coming Friday, but it's not the end of the world - 06:01

Goodbye, Rosetta, and thanks for all the comet science - 05:31

Wednesday th 28th of September 2016

Eye-tracking technology shows that preschool teachers have implicit bias against black boys - 18:31

For patients who need bone grafts, a 3D-printer could come to the rescue - 17:01

Teen birth rate in the U.S. hits record low for 7th consecutive year - 10:21

Tuesday th 27th of September 2016

Narcissists may start out popular, but people see through them in the long run - 18:11

Baby boy with DNA from 3 people offers hope for moms who would pass on deadly genetic diseases - 17:41

Monday th 26th of September 2016

In addition to fueling aggression, testosterone can also make men more generous, study says - 20:02

Hubble Space Telescope finds plumes of water erupting from Europa - 19:32

Got kidney stones? Try riding a roller coaster to dislodge them - 05:31

Saturday th 24th of September 2016

How the moon and big tides could be a trigger for big earthquakes - 16:01

Friday th 23rd of September 2016

Does Pluto have a hidden ocean? Its 'heart' holds a clue - 20:21

Thursday th 22nd of September 2016

Bumblebee skilled at 'buzz pollination' may soon join the endangered species list - 22:01

Ig Nobel Prizes: Tune into the most entertaining scientific award show of the year - 17:01

Wednesday th 21st of September 2016

Manu Prakash, newly minted MacArthur 'genius,' builds water computers and origami microscopes - 23:51

MacArthur winner Victoria Orphan showed how deep-sea microbes keep greenhouse gas out of the atmosphere - 23:51

Bacteria have sculpted the world we live in, and that's why MacArthur winner Dianne Newman studies them - 23:51

Meet the 2016 MacArthur fellows - 23:51

How scientists virtually unwrapped an ancient, burned scroll and read the words inside - 21:31

United Nations takes on antimicrobial resistance - 18:01

All over the world, people celebrate holidays by gaining weight - 16:41

For those in posh jobs, depression may be harder to treat - 15:21

Tuesday th 20th of September 2016

Chill out, ladies. Stress can erase the benefits of your healthful diet - 15:31

Conservationist John Craighead, protector of wild rivers and Yellowstone's grizzlies, dies at 100 - 13:31