Physorg

Wednesday the 28th of June 2017

Snapchat users might want to be cautious using app's latest feature - 18:02

Canada: Top court orders Google to block website search results - 17:32

Slow-growing ponderosas survive mountain pine beetle outbreaks - 16:32

Revitalizing Detroit requires development of specific neighborhoods - 16:32

Use Google to shop? Here's what you should know after the big EU fine - 16:32

Scientists develop super-strong metal for next tech frontier - 15:32

Man sentenced for money laundering in massive hacking scheme - 15:32

How artificial intelligence is taking on ransomware - 15:32

This year's hot graduation gift: Snapchat geofilters - 15:32

Carnegie Science Center gets $7.5M donation for new wing - 15:32

Zeolite catalysts pave the road to decentral chemical processes - 15:03

Nanopipette technology wins first place in NIH 'Follow that Cell' challenge - 15:03

Nanostructures taste the rainbow - 15:03

How are long strands of DNA packed into tiny cells? - 15:03

3,000-year-old textiles are earliest evidence of chemical dyeing in the Levant - 15:03

Study on human skin microbiome finds archaea abundance associated with age - 15:03

Soybean rust study will allow breeders to tailor resistant varieties to local pathogens - 15:03

Can antipoverty programs work globally? J-PAL offers user's guide - 13:04

Concurrent hot and dry summers more common in future: study - 13:04

More summer sunshine leading to increased Greenland ice melt - 13:04

High sea surface temperatures may affect immune competence of California sea lions - 13:04

'Bulges' in volcanoes could be used to predict eruptions - 13:04

Researchers develop yeast-based tool for worldwide pathogen detection - 13:04

Palm cockatoos beat drum like Ringo Starr - 13:04

Potentially lethal parasite rat lungworm found throughout Florida - 12:33

Improving Chinese air pollution leads to business opportunities - 12:33

Calculating 'old' and 'new' water runoff - 12:33

How minimizing fluid friction can make oceangoing vessels more fuel-efficient and reduce harmful emissions - 12:33

Minnesota scientist: EPA pressured her to change testimony - 12:33

2020 deadline to avert climate catastrophe: experts - 12:33

Hints of extra dimensions in gravitational waves? - 12:33

Chinese authorities put the brakes on a surge in live streaming - 12:33

Guinness World Records names graphene aerogel as world's least dense 3-D printed structure - 12:33

Scientists identify key locations for spread of Pin-tailed Whydahs - 12:33

Analysis of Neanderthal teeth grooves uncovers evidence of prehistoric dentistry - 12:33

Does symmetry matter for speed? Study finds Usain Bolt may have asymmetrical running gait - 12:02

Micron-sized hydrogel cubes show highly efficient delivery of a potent anti-cancer drug - 12:02

Highway safety: National Academies committee recommends implementation improvements - 12:02

Researchers develop a model that marries ecology and economics to determine how to protect biodiversity - 12:02

Real-time vapor analysis could improve training of explosive-detecting dogs - 12:02

Swimming microbots can remove pathogenic bacteria from water - 12:02

Russia scraps plans to ban Telegram messaging app - 12:02

The multi-colored photons that might change quantum information science - 12:02

Climate change impacts Antarctic biodiversity habitat - 12:02

World first: New polymer goes for a walk when illuminated - 12:02

NASA looks at rainfall from Tropical Storm Dora - 11:32

When the going got tough, Nintendo and Microsoft decided to go for broke on video-game strategy - 11:32

Vortex-antivortex pairs found in magnetic trilayers - 11:32

US to seek more security on international flights - 11:32

Scientists describe a well-defined mitochondrial proteome in baker's yeast - 11:03