Physorg

Tuesday the 21st of October 2014

Researchers take big-data approach to estimate range of electric vehicles - 10:00

BOFFFFs (big, old, fat, fertile, female fish) sustain fisheries - 10:00

Big black holes can block new stars - 10:00

'Attosecond' science breakthrough - 10:00

Physicists solve longstanding puzzle of how moths find distant mates - 10:00

A different kind of green movement: Seedling growth in space - 10:00

Wake up and smell the coffee ... it's why your cuppa tastes so good - 09:31

Freescale introduces world's smallest integrated tire pressure monitoring system - 09:31

Making smartphone browsing 20% faster while reducing power consumption by 40% - 09:31

Work on pioneering pan-European neutron facility underway - 09:31

Altitude and attitude in the fractious row over crying babies - 09:31

How to safely enjoy the October 23 partial solar eclipse - 09:31

Plants can actually take care of their offspring – here's how - 09:01

Eucla Basin survey uncovers odd rock formations - 09:01

Synthesis of a new lean rare earth permanent magnetic compound superior to Nd2Fe14B - 09:01

How to grip an asteroid - 09:01

Sweeping air devices for greener planes - 09:01

Fishy vegetable production methods explained through aquaponics - 09:01

Stopping the leaks - 09:01

What's next for the smartphone in a rapidly changing market? - 09:01

Retrofitting old buildings to make them earthquake safe - 08:30

Amid zebra mussel infestation, experts call for boat inspection program - 08:30

New guide shields Aussies from toxic groundwater, land - 08:30

The drive to create the coldest cubic meter in the universe - 08:30

Apple Pay could have been here 15 years ago if it wasn't for boardroom egos - 08:30

Ephemeral soap bubbles give clue to how cells develop with regular shapes in tissues - 08:30

Materials for the next generation of electronics and photovoltaics - 08:30

World record in data transmission with smart circuits - 08:30

How large-scale technology projects affect knowledge - 08:00

Robots recognize humans in disaster environments - 08:00

Digging for Britain's real-life war horses - 08:00

Alpine lifelines on the brink - 08:00

New study examines web-based biosurveillance systems in identifying disease outbreaks - 07:31

Shaking up cell biology: Researchers focus in on decades-old mitochondrial mystery - 07:30

Research that holds water - 07:30

Drinking water odors, chemicals above health standards caused by 'green building' plumbing - 07:30

Research on how surfaces respond under extreme conditions lead to energy advances - 07:30

Researchers developing algorithms to detect fake reviews - 07:30

Researchers are devising new methods to more accurately estimate long-term flood risk across Australia - 07:30

Synchrotron upgrade to make X-rays even brighter - 07:30

How the lotus got its own administration - 07:30

Study will teach algebra with student-authored stories that draw on their own interests - 07:30

Image: Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko - 07:00

First driverless vehicles for public launched in Singapore - 07:00

New radio telescope ready to probe - 07:00

What Antarctica's past reveals about future climate - 07:00

Sports talk can help students develop critical thinking skills, says Stanford scholar - 07:00

What labels on textiles can tell us about society - 07:00

Current state of the American family - 07:00

Outbreak in Africa reveals a need for the contributions of engineers to global health - 06:30