Wednesday th 7th of May 2008

Research firm cuts into Sony claims for super-thin TV - 17:07

Broadband service over power lines in Texas to shut down - 17:07

Comcast mulling Net usage cap to discourage 'excessive' use - 17:07

Joint Sprint, Clearwire network could boost consumer power - 17:07

EU still far from agreeing biofuel standards: diplomats - 17:07

EU delays ruling on GM products - 17:07

Palm oil wiping out key orangutan habitat: activists - 17:07

Iron 'snow' helps maintain Mercury's magnetic field, scientists say - 16:42

Mental disorders cost society billions in unearned income - 16:42

It started with a squeak: Moonlight serenade helps lemurs pick mates of the right species - 16:42

Common herbicide disrupts human hormone activity in cell studies - 16:42

Researchers find gene location that gives rise to neuroblastoma, an aggressive childhood cancer - 16:42

Mothers' high normal blood sugar levels place infants at risk for birth problems - 16:42

Nitrates in vegetables protect against gastric ulcers - 16:21

Researchers Tackling Unsolved Questions About Protein Structures - 16:21

When bears steal human food, mom's not to blame - 16:21

Immune system pathway identified to fight allergens, asthma - 16:21

Too much or too little weight gain poses risks to pregnant mothers, babies - 15:56

Silicon's effect on sunflowers studied - 15:56

Professor studies what cars can learn from drivers' words - 15:56

St. Jude finds 'dancing' hair cells are key to humans' acute hearing - 15:56

Three-Story Structure Slammed in Magnitude 8 Earthquake on Shake Table - 15:35

Workers Who Feel Trusted Will Boost Sales and Provide Better Customer Service: Study - 15:35

After Divorce, Stable Families Help Minimize Long-Term Harm To Children - 15:14

New study analyzes why endangered parrot population isn't recovering - 15:14

Study uses music to explore the autistic brain's emotion processing - 15:14

URI entomologist predicts early tick season, high infection rate - 15:14

Researchers study bacterium big enough to see -- the Shaquille O'Neal of bacteria - 15:14

A 'squeeze' in cuprates may explain superconducting temperatures - 15:14

Ultrasound first, not CT, for diagnosing suspected acute appendicitis - 14:49

Scientists find connection between mental fitness and multi-lingualism - 14:49

Undergrad has sweet success with invention of artificial Golgi - 14:49

Not sure? Don't sweat it: Embrace Uncertainty - 14:49

A Super Solar Flare - 14:28

Saturn Does the Wave in Its Atmosphere - 14:07

Chemists measure chilli sauce hotness with nanotubes - 14:07

Hitachi Delivers Performance Without Sacrifice in New 7,200 RPM Travelstar HDD - 13:42

HP labs director seeks more help from academia - 13:42

Flying saucers, tiny helicopters compete in British war game - 13:42

Braille converter bridges the information gap - 13:42

Harnessing sunlight on the cheap - 13:42

Study suggests caution on a new anti-obesity drug in children - 13:21

Superbug genome sequenced - 13:21

Engineers 'bone' up on biological materials - 13:21

Global climate models both agree and disagree with actual Antarctic data - 12:56

Does the brain control muscles or movements? - 12:56

Grand Theft Auto IV video game tops $500M in 1st-week sales - 12:56

Too much, too little sleep tied to ill health in CDC study - 12:56

Vitamin D linked to reduced mortality rate in CKD - 12:56

MicroRNAs appear essential for retinal health - 12:35