Physorg

Sunday the 15th of August 2010

Car lighting makeover impacts feel of safety and style - 23:14

Bacteria breakthrough is heaven scent - 18:21

Telescope promises new look at universe - if NASA can get it into space - 14:56

Website represents new frontier in cyberbullying, experts say - 14:14

Dogs' family status depends on family's locale - 13:49

Teen sex not always bad for school performance - 13:28

N.Korea uses Twitter for propaganda offensive - 13:28

Thousands flock to see asteroid pod in Japan - 13:28

Hormone treatment to prevent ambiguous genitalia in baby girls spurs debate - 13:07

Researchers uncover step in brain events leading up to addiction - 12:42

Today's superheroes send wrong image to boys, say researchers - 12:42

Drugs encased in nanoparticles travel to tumors on the surface of immune-system cells - 12:42

Predicting how nanoparticles will react in the human body - 12:21

Preclinical inquiry into 1 mutation sheds light on addiction and a birth defect - 12:21

Discovered gene causes Kabuki syndrome - 12:21

A heart beats to a different drummer (w/ Video) - 12:21

Researchers discover genetic link between immune system, Parkinson's disease - 12:21

Sex between adolescents in romantic relationships is often harmless to their academics - 11:56

Cultural capital is key to preparing for college and getting into a good school - 11:56

Home foreclosure symptom, not cause for increased crime rates, research shows - 11:56

Childhood adversity worsens effects of stress, adding to current hardships, says new research - 03:21

Confining light for use in nanophotonic devices - 02:56

Primary care doctors get little information about chronic sinusitis - 02:56

Childhood abuse, adversity may shorten life, weaken immune response among the elderly - 02:35

Saturday the 14th of August 2010

Last Afghan WikiLeaks out in 'couple of weeks' - 17:14

A lethal brain tumor's strength may be a weakness as well - 16:07

India outsourcers angered by US job visa hike - 16:07

Advanced military satellite launches into orbit - 15:21

Women have friends at work but not the networks to get ahead - 14:56

Smile! Aerial images being used to enforce laws - 14:56

College student shakes up birth-order research - 11:14

Back-to-schoolers have a new cool in school supplies: biodegradable - 10:49

Study cites abundance of genetically modified canola crops - 10:49

BP well sealed, but relief well still needed to kill it: US official - 09:21

US museum exhibit to focus on endangered plants - 09:21

Hong Kong film-makers aim to be first in 3D porn - 08:35

South Carolina to cover obesity surgery next year - 08:14

US agency approves 'five-day-after' contraceptive pill - 07:49

Company behind magicJack to banish calling costs - 07:07

Trend continues with second hottest July on record - 07:07

South Dakota man dies after donating part of liver - 07:07

Australia corals to light up cancer cure fight - 07:07

NASA's TRMM satellite maps flood potential as TD5's remnants keep soaking Louisiana, Mississippi - 03:21

Technique to preserve fertility in young women may be unsafe for patients with leukemia - 02:56

Promising results of gene therapy to treat diseases of the eye - 02:35

Friday the 13th of August 2010

Questions and answers about BlackBerry objections - 17:14

Estrogen not associated with lung cancer incidence and mortality among postmenopausal women - 15:21

Evidence of new solar activity from observations of aurora in New Zealand - 14:14

Industrial production of biodiesel feasible within 15 years - 13:28

Virtual reality used to study Haiti, Baja earthquakes - 13:07