Physorg

Wednesday the 22nd of March 2017

New low-cost method to produce light-based lab-on-a-chip devices for fast medical tests - 16:31

Yellow fever killing thousands of monkeys in Brazil - 16:31

Biologists say wolf spiders have a wider range of personality than once believed - 16:31

Biopesticide could defeat insecticide resistance in bedbugs - 16:31

Too much structured knowledge hurts creativity, study shows - 16:31

Study maps space dust in 3-D, raises new questions about its properties in local and distant reaches of Milky Way - 16:31

Rare frog discovery has researchers hopping for joy - 16:31

Secretive billionaire reveals how he toppled Apple in China - 16:02

Arctic sea ice shrivels to record low for winter - 14:11

Costly curves? Overweight consumers spend more when reminded of thinness - 13:42

Lack of leisure: Is busyness the new status symbol? - 13:42

Paying for pain: What motivates tough mudders and other weekend warriors? - 13:42

Ice in Ceres' shadowed craters linked to tilt history - 13:42

Machine learning lets scientists reverse-engineer cellular control networks - 13:42

Feeling out of control: Do consumers make practical purchases or luxury buys? - 13:42

It's a fish eat tree world: Study finds widespread support that lakes are fed by their watersheds - 13:42

'Spectacular-looking' endangered frog species discovered in Ecuador's cloud forests - 13:42

Study of non-rainfall water in Namib Desert reveals unexpected origins - 13:42

Scientists evade the Heisenberg uncertainty principle - 13:42

New study shakes the roots of the dinosaur family tree - 13:42

Molecular 'treasure maps' to help discover new materials - 13:42

Lack of staffing, funds prevent marine protected areas from realizing full potential - 13:42

Scientists identify a new way gut bacteria break down complex sugars - 13:42

Tiller the Hun? Farmers in Roman Empire converted to Hun lifestyle—and vice versa - 13:42

Charitable giving: How do power and beliefs about equality impact donations? - 13:42

Researchers use light to remotely control curvature of plastics - 13:42

Sea ice extent sinks to record lows at both poles - 13:42

Under the dead sea, warnings of dire drought - 13:42

T-Mobile moves the needle in its research lab to compete with larger rivals - 13:42

CEO of Silicon Valley networking firm looks to future - 12:01

Insights pave way for solar cells and photodetectors based on tunable nanoparticles - 11:31

Bird flu confirmed in 3 Southern states; poultry not at risk - 11:31

Making 'mulch' ado of ant hills: Ant hill mulch improves soil moisture - 11:31

The 'time machine' that replicates three years of weather in three days - 11:31

Faster cellular signals could mean slower Wi-Fi - 11:31

'Super sponge' promises effective toxic clean-up of lakes and more - 11:01

Researchers create self-sustaining bacteria-fueled power cell - 11:01

With Astronomy Rewind, citizen scientists bring zombie astrophotos back to life - 11:01

Nature conservation as a bridge to peace in the Middle East - 11:01

Google Maps already tracks you; now other people can, too - 11:01

AP Interview: Emirates defends security as laptop ban looms - 11:01

NASA taking first steps toward high-speed space 'internet' - 10:31

Sea urchin spines could fix bones - 10:31

Spreading rumors on Twitter and mistaking retweets for truth - 10:31

Accounting for sex differences in biomedical research - 10:31

Fledgling stars try to prevent their neighbors from birthing planets - 10:31

Surveiling the consumer for loyalty and profit - 10:31

The Cerberus Groundsnake is a Critically Endangered new species from Ecuador - 10:31

3-D printing turns nanomachines into life-size workers - 10:01

Visualizing nuclear radiation: Team images gamma rays to help decontaminate Fukushima - 09:01