Physorg

Monday th 6th of October 2008

Landmark discovery of 'engine' that drives cell movement - 13:42

Girls have harder time than boys adjusting in language-learning environment - 13:21

Research finds customers' fixation on minimum payments drives up credit card bills - 13:21

Boston University partners in NSF challenge to create wireless network using visible light - 13:21

Most Alaskan glaciers retreating, thinning, and stagnating - 13:21

Scripps Research scientists define structure of important neurological receptor - 13:21

Battling cancer, one cell at a time - 13:21

Future looks bleak for 1 of world's smallest seal species - 13:21

Air pollution may increase risk of appendicitis - 13:21

Ask.com hopes to make search faster, more relevant - 13:21

India to launch unmanned lunar mission this month - 13:21

Fuzziness on the road to physics' grand unification theory - 12:56

Nanoscopic screening process to speed drug discovery - 12:56

Receptor could halt blinding diseases, stop tumor growth, preserve neurons after trauma - 12:56

CERN openlab boosts the performance of LHC computing - 12:56

Neurotransmitter defect may trigger autoimmune disease - 12:56

Surface tension drives segregation within cell mixtures - 12:56

New Stanford diagnostic test for rare leukemia appears to give faster results, study finds - 12:56

Parents foster significant misperceptions of children's weight - 12:56

Potentially toxic flame retardants highest in California households - 09:14

EBay cuts 10 percent of workforce - 08:28

Sweet smell of success: Israelis enhance scent of flowers - 08:28

In quantum channels, zero plus zero can equal non-zero - 08:28

3 share Nobel prize for work on AIDS and cancer - 08:07

Metabolic syndrome ups colorectal cancer risk - 08:07

Researchers document world's mammals in crisis - 08:07

Study tackles labeling errors - 08:07

Mystery illness kills four in South Africa: official - 08:07

Hitachi unveils ultra-fast search of recordings - 08:07

Playing Pinball with Atoms - 04:21

New material could speed development of hydrogen powered vehicles - 03:56

Major study of opiate use in children's hospitals provides simple steps to alleviate harm - 03:35

Mental barriers hamper obese women's efforts to get exercise - 03:35

A little exercise goes a long way for severely obese - 03:35

Visualizing election polls - 03:14

Metastatic movements in 3-D - 03:14

Seeing race and seeming racist? Whites go out of their way to avoid talking about race - 03:14

Disparities in head and neck cancer patients - 03:14

New test could help catch serious infections in babies - 03:14

H. Pylori bacteria may help prevent some esophageal cancers - 03:14

Children's asthma affected by parental expectations - 03:14

School vending machines dole out excess calories, fat - 03:14

Fraud plagues prepaid calling card market - 02:28

Jump seen in staph-linked flu deaths in kids - 02:28

Recordings aim to capture calls of the wild West - 02:28

Doctors: No hamsters or exotic pets for young kids - 02:28

Sunday th 5th of October 2008

Tainted Cadbury chocolate found in Hong Kong - 13:42

Obama has huge lead over McCain -- in cyberspace - 13:42

International Space Station changes orbit awaiting tourist: report - 13:42

SKorea semiconductor exports fall - 13:42