LA Times - Science

Thursday th 31st of July 2008

There's water on Mars, NASA confirms - 18:14

Scientists create first personalized stem cells in ALS patients - 14:07

Scientists say they've found exercise in a pill - 12:56

H. Tracy Hall, 88; GE chemist invented process for creating diamonds - 02:28

Wednesday th 30th of July 2008

Ancient T. rex tissue, or just old slime? - 19:42

Astronomical calculator kept track of ancient Olympics, study finds - 17:49

County supervisors refuse to provide details on King-Harbor workers - 12:56

Council bans new fast-food outlets in South L.A. - 12:56

Buzzzzzzzz kill - 12:35

Dr. Julius Richmond, 91; helped create Head Start program - 02:28

WONT POST TO WEB TILL MIDNIGHT High-tech study reveals early Van Gogh work beneath landscape - 00:07

Tuesday th 29th of July 2008

AIDS deaths down 10% in 2007 - 17:42

Earthquake started about eight miles under Chino Hills - 16:35

Monday th 28th of July 2008

Richard Branson unveils his space plane - 13:56

Los Angeles County reports year's 1st confirmed West Nile virus cases - 12:28

Help wanted: U.S. has a shortage of trained health workers - 12:28

Robert O. Nesheim, 86; Quaker Oats nutritionist helped develop Cap'n Crunch and Life cereals - 12:07

Sunday th 27th of July 2008

NASA prepares for Hubble telescope's final upgrade - 02:21

Saturday th 26th of July 2008

Magnetic forces behind northern lights explained - 02:21

Friday th 25th of July 2008

Study shows aging may be caused by renegade genes - 16:56

Leonard Susskind discusses duel with Stephen Hawking - 16:14

Electrical stimulation improves depression in trial - 13:35

Medicare Part D a boon for drug companies, House report says - 11:42

Randy Pausch, whose 'last lecture' became sensation dies - 11:21

Eugene Foster, 81; found genetic link between Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings - 02:21

Thursday th 24th of July 2008

Math scores for girls and boys no different, study finds - 19:14

State freezes Medi-Cal payments to thousands of healthcare facilities - 11:42

Victor A. McKusick, 86; Johns Hopkins physician pioneered genetics research - 02:14

Wednesday th 23rd of July 2008

Grocers stop selling jalapeno peppers after salmonella discovery - 13:28

L.A. County supervisors order King-Harbor problem employees probe - 13:28

Broadcom reports fourfold profit increase in second quarter - 02:14

Tuesday th 22nd of July 2008

Viagra helpful to women on antidepressants, study finds - 22:07

Cancer drug dramatically shrinks prostate tumors in study - 17:56

AP environmental science teacher plans field trips to wildlife around Diamond Bar - 11:56

South L.A. doctor charged in sexual-assaults case - 11:56

FDA finds salmonella strain in jalapeno pepper - 11:35

Monday th 21st of July 2008

Epilepsy drug Topamax linked to birth defectsjavascript:loadQuickSelectObject();%20void(true); - 19:49

Marine recruits learn to battle suicide - 13:49

Dry times revive an old debate - 13:49

How reliable is DNA in identifying suspects? - 11:35

Saturday th 19th of July 2008

Purdue physicist found guilty of misconduct - 00:56

What made Pio Pico so feo? - 00:14

Friday th 18th of July 2008

Bacteria may protect children from developing asthma - 20:07

Vitamins, nutrients suppress obesity genes in mice, study finds - 15:56

Two Orange County men test positive for West Nile virus - 15:35

State Supreme Court gives new protection to endangered species - 12:56

Congressional committee will probe health insurers that cancel sick members' coverage - 12:35

California fines two health plans $13 million - 12:35

EPA finds global warming a health threat - 10:42

Thursday th 17th of July 2008

Study: Fuel cell cars still 15 years away at best - 15:56