Monday the 30th of November 2015

Study suggests bees aren't the be all and end all for crop pollination - 17:21

Strolling salamanders provide clues on how animals evolved to move from water to land - 17:21

New report outlines benefits and trade-offs of low-carbon energy - 17:21

Factoring for cosmic radiation could help set a more accurate 'molecular clock' - 17:21

Waters are more polluted than tests say - 17:21

US ends bulk collection of phone data - 17:21

High concentration of CO2 protects sorghum against drought and improves seeds - 17:21

Growing bone cells: New method allows for more control in the differentiation of stem cells into bone cells - 17:21

Marine fish are influenced by the food supply upon which they depend and competition for those resources - 17:21

Three food grade colorants identified for citrus - 17:20

Kids from high socioeconomic background more likely to rely on parental help as adults - 17:20

Changing labor laws may hurt public employees' clout in presidential election, study finds - 17:20

Economists developed an instrument to measure brand embarrassment - 17:20

What is left of our democratic ambitions? - 17:20

EU anti-terror chief urges accord on passenger data collection by year end - 13:20

Very large volcanic eruptions could lead to ice sheet instability - 12:50

Computational thinking in a fun scientific setting may help students learn chemistry - 12:50

Red clover genome to help restore sustainable farming - 12:50

Removing constraints on minimum lot size benefits stock exchanges and investors - 12:50

Liquid foam: Plastic, elastic and fluid - 12:50

Latest major Eastern Pacific hurricane on record headed for landfall in Western Mexico - 12:20

New membrane may solve fresh water shortages - 12:20

How finance ministers could fall in love with carbon pricing - 11:50

Researchers find new phase of carbon, make diamond at room temperature - 11:50

Simulating the jet streams and anticyclones of Jupiter and Saturn - 11:50

NASA sees Tropical Storm Sandra being shredded by wind shear - 11:50

Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster - 11:20

Missing link found between turbulence in collapsing star and hypernova, gamma-ray burst - 11:20

Microbiologists discover enigmatic comammox microbes - 11:20

Six years of pest fruit fly species investigation compiled in a new special volume - 11:20

Proteins better known as visual sensors play a role in the heat-seeking movement of sperm - 10:50

DNA sequences in GMOs: Largest database now publicly available - 10:50

A horse's eye view: does a pony see what we see? - 10:50

Scientists use CRISPR technology to edit crop genes - 10:50

Cage the fly: Walk-in field cages to assess mating compatibility in pest fruit flies - 10:50

Tapping particles of light: Scientists single out individual photons - 10:20

Whisper gallery modes in silicon nanocones intensify luminescence - 10:20

'Battle of the Sexes'—How inhibition of male flower production lets female flowers emerge - 10:20

New membrane improves energy harvesting by reverse electrodialysis - 09:50

Forest Service scientists improve US forest carbon accounting - 09:50

Being in foster care found to benefit young people's education - 09:20

Beijing air pollution reaches extremely hazardous levels - 09:20

Six amazing dinosaur discoveries that changed the world - 09:20

Mapping tools chart path towards sustainable urban food supply - 09:20

Scientists plan to observe outer solar system moons using JWST - 09:20

Research to improve resistance to costly wheat fungal disease - 08:50

Study suggests blue hue for tarantulas not about attracting a mate - 08:50

Animals in Africa 1000 years ago - 08:50

Homo naledi may be two million years old (give or take) - 08:50

What if we dug a tunnel through the Earth? - 08:50