LA Times - Science

Saturday th 6th of September 2008

West Nile virus kills San Bernardino County man - 18:07

Barbadians gripe over snake 'find' - 11:21

Tiny bug takes large toll on Europe's forests - 11:21

Hanna-Ike-Josephine storm trio isn't an anomaly - 02:21

Friday th 5th of September 2008

West Nile virus kills San Bernardino County man - 16:14

Ice shelf breaks away in Canadian Arctic - 14:42

Study links men's gene variant to marital satisfaction - 12:49

Broad foundation donates $400 million to biomedical research institute - 12:28

Thursday th 4th of September 2008

BOOSTER SHOTS: Some men carry 'commitment-phobia' gene - 16:14

Youth suicide rate is still high - 16:14

California Legislature enacts no major healthcare overhaul but OKs some key changes - 11:28

Care providers in crisis as budget impasse drags on - 11:28

Wednesday th 3rd of September 2008

BOOSTER SHOTS: Some men carry 'commitment-phobia' gene - 19:21

Youth suicide rate is still high - 02:28

Tuesday th 2nd of September 2008

'Sid the Science Kid' on KCET - 15:35

Monday th 1st of September 2008

DNA databases blocked from the public - 08:28

Concerns remain as salmonella outbreak comes to an end - 08:28

Garden Grove man with West Nile virus dies - 08:28

Henri Cartan, 104; renowned French math researcher, teacher - 08:28

Arctic sea ice reaches its 2nd-lowest level in nearly 30 years - 08:28

Science Briefing - 08:28

Dr. Robert F. Maronde, 88; USC professor helped create artificial kidney and computerized prescription drug system - 08:28

Dr. Hugh R. Butt, 98; explored clotting and anti-clotting techniques at Mayo Clinic - 08:28

Amniotic fluid infections linked to premature births - 08:28

Flies get a jump on swatters, study finds - 08:28

'Sid the Science Kid' on KCET - 02:28

Saturday th 30th of August 2008

Science Briefing - 02:28

Dr. Hugh R. Butt, 98; explored clotting and anti-clotting techniques at Mayo Clinic - 02:28

Friday th 29th of August 2008

Amniotic fluid infections linked to premature births - 22:42

Henri Cartan, 104; renowned French mathematician - 18:56

Dr. Robert F. Maronde, 88; helped create artificial kidney and computerized prescription drug system - 18:56

Arctic sea ice reaches its 2nd-lowest level in nearly 30 years - 11:49

Flies get a jump on swatters, study finds - 11:07

Garden Grove man with West Nile virus dies - 09:35

Concerns remain as salmonella outbreak comes to an end - 09:35

DNA databases blocked from the public - 09:35

Thursday th 28th of August 2008

Ralph D. Feigin, 70; pediatrician built Baylor and Texas Children's Hospital into major teaching institutions - 19:35

Wednesday th 27th of August 2008

Diabetes researchers convert pancreas cells to produce insulin - 19:14

New oversight, stiffer penalties approved for snooping into patient records - 11:42

Colleges' misguided plan for drinking - 10:35

Dr. Thomas H. Weller, 93; virologist won Nobel Prize for work on polio - 02:21

Tuesday th 26th of August 2008

Ayurvedic medicines often contaminated by toxic metals, study says - 16:56

Health insurance coverage in U.S. rises - 11:21

O.C. woman is 1st in California to die from West Nile virus in 2008, officials say - 10:35

California attorney general issues medical marijuana guidelines - 10:35

Monday th 25th of August 2008

Cows have magnetic sense, research indicates - 19:56

Thousands of California children are in danger of losing health insurance - 11:42

Child malnutrition is an old stain on a new India - 11:42

Century City Doctors Hospital begins shutting down - 11:21

Calories come off and lights come on - 11:21