Physorg

Monday th 26th of January 2009

New findings on old kidneys could enhance transplants, study shows - 14:21

Predicting a boom in solar power - 14:21

YouTube allows users to delete comments - 13:56

Men face 1 in 5 risk of developing alcohol disorder: study - 13:56

Obama targets greenhouse gases, fuel efficiency - 13:35

Study adds to evidence of vaccine safety - 13:35

New Zealand reptile becomes dad at 111 years old - 13:35

FDA reviews benefits of Plavix in certain patients - 13:35

Verizon offers $250 in-home cell phone booster - 13:35

NYC to Construct Eco Tourist Island - 13:35

Biking to work boosts health and profits: Dutch survey - 13:35

What's a little mold? Why consumers have different freshness standards at home - 13:14

Hypertension and cholesterol medications present in water released into the St. Lawrence River - 13:14

How does a dog walk? Surprisingly, many of us don't really know - 13:14

Astronauts on International Space Station lose alarming amounts of hipbone strength - 13:14

Cell phones dangerous for child pedestrians, study finds - 13:14

'Happiness gap' in the US narrows - 13:14

Statins may treat blood vessel disorder that can lead to fatal strokes - 13:14

Common medication associated with cognitive decline in elderly - 13:14

GateHouse, NY Times Co. settle copyright lawsuit - 13:14

China reports 5th bird flu death this year - 13:14

World's highest drug levels entering India stream - 13:14

Indonesians among the few to witness solar eclipse - 13:14

Struggling Sprint Nextel to eliminate 8,000 jobs - 13:14

New survey results show huge burden of diabetes - 12:28

Climate change enhances grassland productivity - 12:28

'Birth control' for centrioles - 12:28

Telemedicine can dramatically improve child sexual assault examinations in rural areas - 12:28

Shaken self-confidence? Certain products and activities can fix it - 12:28

Patients starting Parkinson's drug rasagiline earlier do better - 12:07

Security blankets: Materialism and death anxiety lead to brand loyalty - 12:07

Unmasked and vulnerable - 12:07

Caution: Lose more than weight with imported diet pills - 11:42

New Catalyst Paves the Path for Ethanol-Powered Fuel Cells - 11:42

Scientists Identify Bacteria That Increase Plant Growth - 11:42

Frequent sex and masturbation in 20s and 30s linked to higher prostate cancer risk - 11:42

Research identifies risk factors that affected World Trade Center evacuation - 11:21

We're not buying it: Product add-ons influence consumer judgment - 11:21

Consumers desire more genetic testing, but not designer babies - 11:21

Researchers identify risk factors for contralateral breast cancer - 03:42

New study aims to reduce risk of childhood leukemia - 03:42

New research finds breastfeeding stops neglect - 00:21

Sunday th 25th of January 2009

Intel denies seeking to derail AMD spin-off - 14:35

Cloned horses could offer insight into DNA possibilities - 14:35

Meteoric advances in space science program - 14:35

Scientists to tap river currents to create clean energy - 14:35

Rsearchers discover brain's memory 'buffer' in single cells - 14:14

Fluorescent proteins illuminating biomedical research - 14:14

Europe's new atom-smasher chief signals caution after breakdown - 14:14

Rewrite the textbooks: Transcription is bidirectional - 13:49