Physorg

Thursday the 17th of February 2011

Small particle means big research for international physics project - 12:20

Taking brain-computer interfaces to the next phase (w/ Video) - 11:50

Study shows benefits of electrical stimulation therapy for people paralyzed by spinal cord injury - 11:21

Residual dipolar couplings unveil structure of small molecules - 11:21

Vitamin E may increase or decrease the risk of pneumonia depending on smoking and exercise - 11:21

Promiscuity pays in the frog world - 10:50

Study: Ozone layer's future linked strongly to changes in climate - 10:50

How gendered beliefs funnel women away from science and engineering - 10:50

Expecting the best, fearing the worst with placebo effect - 10:50

Musical chairs around the periodic table - 10:50

Launch of fourth LCLS instrument reveals crisp, fine molecular detail - 10:50

Sleeping Trojan horse to aid imaging of diseased cells - 10:21

Fronts shift in smartphone war with Nokia-Microsoft tie-up - 10:21

Planning for a nuclear future - 10:21

Choose less contaminating products thanks to eco-labeling - 10:21

Emotional response may predict how the body responds to stress - 10:21

A difference maker - 10:21

Search for 'lost' frogs yields important warnings, few findings - 10:21

Trialling ocean temperature forecasts for fish farms - 10:20

Oxygen levels in the air do not limit plant productivity - 09:50

Study: Asian Americans are not viewed as ideal leaders - 09:50

Samsung sees big jump in 3-D TV sales in 2011 - 09:50

World's largest lake sheds light on climate change - 09:50

Study links social security improvements to longer life span - 09:50

Swedish discovery could lead to new stroke therapy - 09:50

After 'Jeopardy!' win, IBM program steps out - 09:50

Flocculent spiral NGC 2841 - 09:50

World's first chemical guided missile could be the answer to wiping out cancer - 09:50

Apes shed pounds while doubling calories, researcher finds - 09:50

Cell-phone use not related to increased brain cancer risk in new study - 09:50

Prairie dogs kiss more when being watched - 08:20

Jumping spiders that love smelly socks could help fight malaria - 07:20

Image: Blue on Mars - 06:50

Video making second mobile revolution - 06:50

Sunbathing not good for tadpoles - 06:50

Flu season has some turning to Chinese remedies - 06:20

Nearly 10,000 babies suffer crib injuries yearly - 06:20

India's Satyam offers $125mn to settle US suit - 06:20

Heady cocktail: ancient Britons drank from skulls - 06:20

Japan touts pedal-powered water purifier - 05:50

Storm to bring Northern Lights to Britain - 05:50

Adherence course reduces hypertension - 05:50

Japan may send chatty humanoid tweet-bot to space - 05:50

Computer creams human 'Jeopardy!' champs - 05:50

Total knee replacement patients functioning well after 20 years - 05:50

'Anonymous' hackers planning 'real-world attacks' - 05:50

Huge solar flare jams radio, satellite signals: NASA - 05:22

China hackers behind cyber attack on Canada: report - 05:22

PC maker Lenovo says profit up 25 percent - 05:22

Rare leatherback turtle spotted in Indonesia - 05:21