Physorg

Thursday the 28th of April 2016

A long-noncoding RNA regulates repair of DNA breaks in triple-negative breast cancer cells - 15:20

Comcast buying DreamWorks Animation for about $3.55B - 14:50

Fiat Chrysler, Google in partnership talks - 14:50

Machines can learn to respond to new situations like human beings would - 14:21

Scientists reveal origin of Earth's oldest crystals - 14:21

Workers feeling the heat as climate change slashes productivity - 14:21

EU court overturns carbon market free quotas - 14:21

eBay uncorks online wine shop - 14:20

Facebook says government data queries up 13 percent - 14:20

'Game-changer' for photonics applications: Researchers demonstrate record optical nonlinearity - 13:51

Geochemical detectives use lab mimicry to look back in time - 13:50

New data analysis technique distinguishes active from passive fluctuations inside cells - 13:20

RNA splicing mutations play major role in genetic variation and disease - 13:20

New study exposes growing problem of patent aggregators and negative impact on innovation - 13:20

Hunting wolves near Denali, Yellowstone cuts wolf sightings in half - 13:20

Bearded dragons show REM and slow wave sleep - 13:20

Not just climate change: Study finds human activity is a major factor driving wildfires - 13:20

Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps hit Windows 10 - 13:20

ESA releases statement on the dangers of invasive species - 12:51

Consumers' trust in online user ratings misplaced, study says - 12:50

France shows off humanoid underwater exploration robot - 12:50

Stem cells know how to open up and unwind - 12:20

Amazon rainforest responds quickly to extreme climate events - 12:20

Ice loss accelerating in Greenland's coastal glaciers, study finds - 12:20

Flightless survivors: Incredible invertebrate diversity in Los Angeles metropolitan area - 12:20

Influence of religion and predestination on evolution and scientific thinking - 12:20

Review: Kindle Oasis aims at avid readers, pricey for others - 12:20

Volkswagen CEO apologized in person to Obama over scandal - 12:20

Fiber optic biosensor-integrated microfluidic chip to detect glucose levels - 11:50

'Seeing' around corners: DARPA research into holographic imaging of hidden objects - 11:50

Underwater archaeology looks at atomic relic of the Cold War - 11:50

Water storage made prehistoric settlement expansion possible in Amazonia - 11:50

Climate change puts most-threatened African antelopes in 'double jeopardy' - 11:20

Study identifies a key to bone formation and vertebrate evolution - 11:20

Fungal spores could 'hijack' human immune cells to spread infection - 11:20

Are we alone? Setting some limits to our uniqueness - 09:51

A theory explains why gaming on touchscreens is clumsy - 09:51

Some moths behave like butterflies to mate - 09:51

The social dilemma of dealing with Facebook troublemakers - 09:51

Taiwanese government should provide more support for solar panel industry - 09:51

Insect outbreaks reduce wildfire severity - 09:51

Team helps discover voyage data recorder from El Faro wreck - 09:20

An old glass plate hints at a potential new exoplanet discovery - 09:20

India gets homegrown satellite navigation system - 09:20

Fracking would pose no danger to water supplies, new research suggests - 08:50

Connecticut history teacher named US Teacher of the Year - 08:50

New breeding techniques provide opportunities for more sustainable agriculture - 08:50

Putting antibiotic-resistant bacteria and the immune system under 'surveillance' - 08:50

In slumping tablet market, Apple still rules - 08:50

Examination of ancient text reveals details of Ibn Sina's sighting of supernova - 08:50