Physorg

Tuesday th 11th of November 2008

Intel dives into medical market with home health monitors - 06:28

China wants to make bricks from toxic milk: report - 06:28

Japan scientists say pot plants may one day absorb toxic gas - 06:28

Monday th 10th of November 2008

Mini Nuclear Power Plants Could Power 20,000 Homes - 19:14

Getting little sleep may be associated with risk of heart disease - 18:07

Bone cancer treatment ineffective, despite promising laboratory data - 18:07

Marine invasive species advance 50km per decade - 18:07

Studies: Elderly fare well in open-heart surgery - 18:07

Ubisoft buys Massive Entertainment videogame studio - 18:07

Report: Greenhouse gases imperil oceans' web of life - 18:07

First trial of gene therapy for advanced heart failure shows promising results - 17:42

Crossing the digital divide - 17:42

Pittsburgh Compound B finds Alzheimer's-associated plaques in symptom-free older adults - 17:42

Brain imaging study supports the 'cognitive reserve' hypothesis - 17:42

Black and south Asian people benefiting less from interventions to reduce blood pressure, says study - 17:42

Deep sea expedition sets sail - 17:42

NASA: Phoenix Mars mission has ended - 17:42

iPhones rule in US smart phone market: study - 17:42

Brain scans demonstrate link between education and Alzheimer's - 17:42

High temperatures decrease antifungal properties of contact solution - 17:42

OHSU finds association between Epstein-Barr virus, inflammatory diseases of the mouth - 17:42

Antibiotic use increases at academic medical centers - 17:42

New study finds obese women more impulsive than other females - 17:21

Game lets geeks compete to build virtual supercomputer - 17:21

Umbilical cord blood may help build new heart valves - 17:21

No drop in IQ seen after bypass for child heart surgery - 17:21

Urea tanks on diesel trucks -- that's the law in the United States starting in 2010 - 17:21

New Research on Darwin's Finches Offers Rare Glimpse Into How Species Diverge - 17:21

Researchers uncover genetic basis for some birth defects - 17:21

Liquid or solid? Charged nanoparticles in lipid membrane decide - 17:21

CU-Boulder to launch butterfly, spider K-12 experiments Nov. 14 on space shuttle - 15:49

Sadly, gladly shackled to TV and the Internet - 15:28

With social-networking services, personal and professional contacts know what you're doing, when you're doing it - 15:28

Evolution's new wrinkle: Proteins with cruise control provide new perspective - 15:28

Nanoparticles research aids drug development - 15:08

Even in tough times, savvy shoppers reluctant to give up grocery favourites, new study shows - 15:08

Eye conditions linked with obstructive sleep apnea - 15:08

New performance measures refine tools for improving care of heart attack patients - 15:07

Motorola Features First Public Safety Suite of 4G Wireless Broadband Applications Delivered on 700 MHz - 15:07

What's in that stuff? Ask GoodGuide - 15:07

Surfing for the real deal - 15:07

Females compensate for unattractive partners - 14:42

Rabies 'barrier' to save rare wolf - 14:42

The Sun Shows Signs of Life - 14:42

Study Suggests Cost-Effective Way to Capture Storm Runoff - 14:42

3 clinical features identified to avoid misdiagnosis of TIAs - 14:21

Researchers describe how cells take out the trash to prevent disease - 14:21

When A Good Nanoparticle Goes Bad - 14:21

Forced evolution: Can we mutate viruses to death? - 14:21

Researchers discover method for mass production of nanomaterial graphene - 14:21