LA Times - Science

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

Men with anxiety are more vulnerable to cancer, study says - 11:02

Monday th 19th of September 2016

FDA asks coders to create an app that matches opioid overdose victims with lifesaving rescue drug - 18:31

Bright light boosts testosterone in men with low libido, study says - 16:31

What researchers learned about hook-up culture from volunteers who drank beer for the sake of science - 14:31

Friday th 16th of September 2016

Brain cancer overtakes leukemia as deadliest form of childhood cancer, CDC says - 14:01

Experts tally the dark side of Pokemon Go: 10,000 instances of distracted driving per day - 10:41

6,000-year-old fabric reveals Peruvians were dyeing textiles with indigo long before Egyptians - 08:21

Extinction looms for native bird species on the Hawaiian island of Kauai - 05:21

Thursday th 15th of September 2016

Oh, hey, Milky Way: Gaia reveals map of more than 1 billion stars in our galaxy - 22:51

Researchers strengthen link between Zika and microcephaly - 20:21

Donald Trump gets the Dr. Oz treatment (or Oz gets the Trump treatment) - 19:21

When it's too noisy for bats to listen for their prey, they use echolocation to hunt instead - 15:31

Better late than never: Scientists discover amazing tool-wielding ability of nearly extinct Hawaiian crows - 05:31

Wednesday th 14th of September 2016

For prostate cancer, monitoring is an option, but higher metastasis rate is a risk - 19:31

Women and minorities are less likely to get key stroke treatment, even when they're eligible, study says - 15:31

Why the biggest animals in the ocean are more likely to go extinct - 14:01

Tuesday th 13th of September 2016

As popularity of e-cigarettes rises, more smokers are able to quit, study says - 18:41

In world's languages, scientists discover shared links between sound and meaning - 16:11

Monday th 12th of September 2016

Is youth soccer getting more dangerous? The injury rate has more than doubled since 1990. - 20:01

Pneumonia: What does Clinton's affliction say about her health? - 18:31

Sugar industry funded research to cast doubt on sugar's health hazards, report says - 14:31

Saturday th 10th of September 2016

Smartphone app uses science to tell you whether your apple is ripe for eating - 09:11

Friday th 9th of September 2016

Move over DNA. Scientists can identify you based on the unique pattern of proteins in your hair - 17:51

Thursday th 8th of September 2016

Watch live: OSIRIS-REx blasts off to sample asteroid Bennu - 18:21

No, Apple's new AirPods won't give you cancer, experts say - 17:21

Parasitologist bestows squirmy honor on his distant cousin, President Obama - 16:21

Millennials are more conservative than Boomers or Gen Xers were at their age, study finds - 15:21

Ethnic groups' government influence and Internet access go hand in hand, study says - 14:51