Physorg

Monday th 11th of February 2019

Laboratory's nanopore research hits a nerve - 09:20

Cricket females choose male losers - 09:20

Pushing the bounds of vision could reveal hidden worlds - 09:20

Road fraught with danger for female migrants, student research finds - 09:20

Multiwavelength observations of star-forming region uncover dozens of new celestial objects - 09:20

Shedding light on the science of auroral breakups - 09:20

Totally cool turtles may help save species - 09:20

System will help planners identify, prioritize highway projects - 09:20

Melting Himalayan glaciers: A big drop in a bucket that's already full - 08:50

Famous 'sandpile model' shown to move like a traveling sand dune - 08:50

Traps for energy source molecules in cells - 08:50

Machine learning reveals hidden turtle pattern in quantum fireworks - 08:50

Investment in LEGO can yield returns of up to 600 percent - 08:50

Cutting-edge underwater mining system can give flooded mines a new lease of life - 08:50

Research finds after-work hobbies key to proactivity in the workplace - 08:50

Munitions at the bottom of the Baltic Sea - 08:50

Dengue infection correlates to dynamics rather than morphologies - 08:50

Chemicals can change their identity, thanks to the liquids where they reside - 08:50

Don't click that link! How criminals access your digital devices and what happens when they do - 08:20

New geometric model improves predictions of fluid flow in rock - 08:20

New theory illustrates the development of the universe may be different than we thought - 08:20

Star Trek's formula for sustainable urban innovation - 08:20

Study finds users who leave Facebook are happier, but less informed - 08:20

Racialized student achievement gaps are a red alert - 08:20

Macaque fossils discovered at the bottom of the North Sea - 08:00

Theories describe dynamically disordered solid materials - 08:00

Motor enzyme protects genome through several mechanisms - 08:00

Euronext tops Nasdaq bid for Oslo stock exchange  - 06:40

Norway: GPS jamming during NATO drills in 2018 a big concern - 06:40

On the land, one-quarter of vertebrates die because of humans - 06:40

Across the spectrum: Researchers find way to stabilize color of light in next-gen material - 05:20

EPA decision soon on chemical compounds tied to health risks - 03:30

Skyglow over key wildlife areas - 03:00

Dog DNA testing takes off, and generates debate - 03:00

Lawyer denies tabloid blackmailed Amazon boss Bezos - 03:00

Australia watchdog tips tough rules to curb power of Google, Facebook - 03:00

The art and science of Japan's cherry blossom forecast - 03:00

New Zealand wildfire expected to burn for weeks - 03:00

Sunday th 10th of February 2019

Bezos case exposes billionaires' vulnerability to hackers - 14:10

No hooks, lines or sinkers: Cambodians go traditional in fishing ceremony - 10:20

The giant Chinese companies shaping the world's industries - 05:20

Modest praise for US reform of visa program for skilled workers - 05:20

Renault denounces Nissan over Ghosn investigation: report - 05:20

Russian Arctic archipelago sounds alarm over aggressive polar bears - 05:20

Saturday th 9th of February 2019

NY gov raps Amazon critics amid report company's rethinking - 05:30

Rats! Los Angeles City Hall battles rodent infestation - 05:30

Rating riverside corridors—the 'escape routes' for animals under climate change - 05:00

Anther rubbing, a new movement discovered in plants, promotes prior selfing - 05:00

For Amazon, it's business as usual despite CEO drama - 05:00

New Horizons' evocative farewell glance at Ultima Thule - 05:00