Science Blog

Wednesday the 12th of April 2017

CRISPR mines bacterial genome for hidden pharmaceutical treasure - 15:21

Nanopores could map small changes in DNA that signal big shifts in cancer - 12:01

CRISPR mines bacterial genome for hidden pharmaceutical treasure - 12:01

Science shows why shoelaces come untied - 09:02

Robots could share information as they move around, conducting surveillance as a single entity with many eyes - 09:02

‘Negative mass’ created at Washington State University - 09:02

Non-Flammable Graphene Membrane Developed for Safe Mass Production - 09:01

Novel Platform Helps Investigate Therapeutic Nanomaterials - 09:01

Teacher merit pay has merit: new report - 09:01

Symmetry, monopoles and gravity: Physicists discover hidden aspects of electrodynamics - 09:01

Tuesday the 11th of April 2017

How World of Warcraft can get you a job - 16:21

Good genes are nice, but joy is better - 16:21

Scientists discover how crucial DNA sequences endure - 09:32

Conscious sedation is a safe alternative to general anesthesia for heart valve procedure - 09:32

Why an Amazonian tribe has the lowest rate of heart disease of any global population - 09:31

The Fear Factor: How the Peril of Predators Can Transform a Landscape - 09:31

Can mobile phones be secured with a fingerprint? - 09:02

Group works toward devising next-gen superconductor - 09:02

Monday the 10th of April 2017

Researchers use graphene, electricity to change stem cells for nerve regrowth - 14:01

No Assembly Required - 11:32

Monkeys in glass tubes and rats on rolling rods are not the answer for early diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease in people - 11:32

Breast Cancer and Abortion: Facts Over Fiction - 11:32

Spring is for the birds … and for bees, flowers and trees. And, yes, spring: It’s in the air too! - 11:32

Prolonging Life with Fecal Transplants - 11:32

Study links higher wages to immigrant diversity - 09:02

​Children notice what adults miss, study finds - 09:02

Has music streaming killed the instrumental intro? - 09:02

‘Smart’ cephalopods adapt by editing genes, but sacrifice ability to evolve - 09:02

Why Did We See ‘The Dress’ Differently? The Answer Lies in the Shadows - 09:02

Feeling blue? Grab your friends and have fun, say researchers - 09:01

Friday the 7th of April 2017

Neuroscientists identify brain circuit necessary for memory formation - 11:31

The brain doesn’t navigate quite like a GPS - 09:31

Unearthing the secrets of the Aztecs - 09:31

Deep sleep may act as fountain of youth in old age - 09:31

Hospitals put your data at risk - 09:31

Homing System Delivers Drugs To Specific Neurons - 09:31

Cold War-Era Spy Satellite Images Reveal Possible Effects of Climate Change - 09:31

Study identifies ‘night owl’ gene variant - 09:31

Thursday the 6th of April 2017

A Revolutionary Approach to Preventing Transmission of a Cancer-Causing Virus - 11:02

Psychologists Find Photos, Videos Result in Similar Understanding of Actions - 11:02

Cognitive Decline After Surgery Tied to Brain’s Own Immune Cells - 09:02

Researchers create computer model to study bacterial growth in the deep sea - 09:02

Yoga Helps Preserve Muscle Mass in Older Women - 09:02

Wednesday the 5th of April 2017

How babies see faces: New fMRI methods open window into infants’ minds - 08:01

Scientists make progress on unravelling the puzzle of merging black holes - 07:31

Using Instagram can increase adolescents’ closeness to friends - 07:31

Seaweed: From superfood to superconductor - 07:31

Regardless of income and age, best investment strategy is to diversify - 07:31

Researchers find high cardiovascular risk even in normal weight individuals - 07:31

Tuesday the 4th of April 2017

Gray tin exhibits novel topological electronic properties in 3D - 23:31