Physorg

Friday the 24th of June 2016

Exploring the prehistory of Palawan Island through human remains - 08:51

Decoding the rubber tree genome - 08:51

How elephantnose fish switch between electrical and visual sense - 08:51

Bacteria in soil affect farming and global climate - 08:51

Metabolic flexibility and immune defences may influence species spread, study suggests - 08:51

Measuring the shape of the Milky Way's black hole - 08:51

Pinpointing vehicles with high precision under adverse weather conditions - 08:51

Algorithmic solutions to manufacturing freeform shapes - 08:51

Low queer-factor in computer games reported - 08:51

Research reveals government skill deficiency - 08:50

What's wrong with the web and do we need to fix it? - 08:50

Software engineers create new defense to protect Tor users - 08:21

Scientists publish new findings on vital biochemical process - 08:21

Chemists turn greenhouse gas into hydrogen fuel - 08:21

Relationship quality tied to good health for young adults - 08:21

The switch that could double USB memory - 08:21

Silk-based filtration material breaks barriers - 08:21

Physics professor makes nanomagnetism discovery - 08:21

Mixed-income neighborhoods face steady decline - 08:21

Getting a handle on extremes - 08:20

Energy from sunlight: Further steps towards artificial photosynthesis - 08:20

NASA extends Hubble Space Telescope science operations contract - 07:51

Image: Hubble sees new dark spot on Neptune - 07:50

NASA launches 5-year tech demo to improve air traffic flow at airports - 07:50

NOAA continues to support coastal and ocean observing in the Pacific Islands - 07:21

Analyzing the breath of critically ill children at warp speed - 07:21

New device could unlock information potential of sunlight - 07:21

Uncovering pathway that makes steroid hormones fast and efficient - 07:21

Hispanic youth underrepresented in most recent U.S. census - 07:20

Researchers study nuances of social media 'likes' - 06:21

Ultrasensitive nonlinear metamaterials for data transfer - 05:51

Would you live in a city made of synthetic bone? - 05:51

Mapping online hate speech - 05:51

Russian physicists create a high-precision 'quantum ruler' - 05:50

Borophene could be an extraordinary sodium anode material for sodium-based batteries - 05:21

Talc nanocrystals with unique properties produced within seconds - 05:21

Supercomputers on the trail of dark matter - 05:21

Researchers discover two redox cascades that regulate chloroplast function and contribute to plant survival - 05:21

New study shows not all protected areas are the same for giraffes - 05:21

Algorithm ensures that random numbers are truly random - 04:51

Cytochrome P450 synthetic analogs are temperature-dependent valence tautomers - 04:21

'Amazing genetic diversity' is discovered in the maize plant - 04:21

KM3NeT unveils detailed plans for largest neutrino telescope in the world - 01:21

Use of drones for disaster missions put to the test - 01:21

S. Korea mulls law to keep office out of the home - 01:20

Thursday the 23rd of June 2016

How well do facial recognition algorithms cope with a million strangers? - 17:51

Proteins put up with the roar of the crowd - 17:51

Should I stay or should I go? Researchers look for ways to predict response to hurricane evacuation orders - 17:51

Tech company Twilio nearly doubles in stock market debut - 17:51

New England cottontail making a comeback in the region - 17:51