Newswise - Scinews

Monday th 6th of October 2008

New Book Rethinks the Relationship Between Sulfur and Crops - 10:21

Researchers Use Chemometric Method to Determine Age of Skeletal Remains - 10:21

NSF Grant to Support Decision-making Project - 08:28

Microwaves Can Extract Water from Moon, Mars - 07:21

Sunday th 5th of October 2008

Visualizing Election Polls: An Animated, Interactive Way - 22:21

Food for Thought--Regulating Energy Supply to the Brain During Fasting - 12:35

Earliests Animal Footprints Ever Found -- Discovered in Nevada - 08:28

Saturday th 4th of October 2008

How Much Security Do You Expect From Your Pacemaker? - 06:35

Friday th 3rd of October 2008

Newly Identified Cells Make Fat - 17:28

New Sensor Could Help Avert Pipeline Failures - 08:28

Baked Slug: New Method to Test Fireproofing Material - 08:28

Safer Buildings Are Goal of New Code Changes Based on Recommendations from NIST World Trade Center Investigation - 08:28

Models of Eel Cells Suggest Electrifying Possibilities - 08:28

Moths with a Nose for Learning - 08:28

UT Southwestern Selected as Study Center for National Children's Study - 08:28

Thursday th 2nd of October 2008

Decline in Alaskan Sea Otters Affects Bald Eagles' Diet - 23:28

"From Harm to Charm": UNC Wilmington Biotechnology Program, MARBIONC, Receives Second Patent - 20:28

NSF Award $12 M to UCSD 'Science of Learning Center' - 19:21

Scientists Identify a Molecule That Coordinates the Movement of Cells - 17:28

Musicians Use Both Sides of Their Brains More Frequently than Average People - 15:35

Topsoil's Limited Turnover: a Crisis in Time - 14:28

Story Tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, October 2008 - 14:28

This Is Your Power Grid on Brains - 14:28

One Year after California's Devastating 2007 Wildfires, Environmental and Health Effects of Smoke Better Understood - 14:28

Study on Properties of Carbon Nanotubes, Water Could Have Wide-ranging Implications - 14:28

Cross Kingdom Conflicts on a Beetle's Back - 13:21

Wielding Microbe Against Microbe, Beetle Defends Its Food Source - 13:21

Science-Based Policy for Sustainable Biofuels - 13:21

Pterodactyl-inspired Robot to Master Air, Ground, and Sea - 13:21

Solving the Puzzle of Stem Cell Division - 11:28

From Cloudy to Clear: Professor's New Book Explores the Modern History of Meteorology - 10:21

Celebration of Planet Earth Gets Underway In Houston Next Week - 08:28

A Celestial Landscape in Celebration of 10 Years of Stunning Hubble Heritage Images - 08:28

Sea Turtles FeeBee and Milton to be Released with Satellite Tracking Device - 07:21

Northern Ice Sheets Younger Than Believed - 04:21

Wednesday th 1st of October 2008

Scientists Agree: Biofuel Crops Need Environmental Standards - 23:28

Computer Hardware 'Guardians' Protect Users from Undiscovered Bugs - 19:21

Researchers and Students to Develop Small CubeSat Satellites - 19:21

Earth Scientists Keep an Eye on Texas - 19:21

Jumbo Microscopes, High-powered Nanotubes, Glowing Corals, Biomolecules: Highlights of AVS 55th International Symposium - 16:21

War from the Ground Up - 13:21

Research About Plant Viruses Could Lead to New Ways to Improve Crop Yields - 13:21

Paleontologist Contributes to Flying Drone Design Based on Prehistoric Flying Reptile - 12:35

Nitrogen Applied - 10:21

Tuesday th 30th of September 2008

Green Coffee-Growing Practices Buffer Climate-Change Impacts - 23:28

Cells that Avoid Suicide May Become Cancerous - 22:21

Study of Antioxidants Sends Cautionary Signal for Consumers - 15:35

Brain Signal Persists Even in Dreamless Sleep - 14:07

From Mothballs to Mobilization: Taking the Salt Out of Sea Water - 14:07

Penn State Receives $13.2M for Nanoscale Science Center - 14:07