Science Blog

Thursday th 20th of July 2017

Evidence found for the Majorana fermion, a particle that’s its own antiparticle - 16:22

Study finds gene variant increases risk for depression - 16:22

Four Questions: Could Apes Talk as They Do in the Movies? - 08:32

How to have a big, healthy brain - 08:32

Timing and frequency of meals plays role in weight loss or gain. - 08:32

Setting the record straight: PPIs do not cause Dementia - 08:32

Dogs, humans share genetic basis for hypersocial behavior - 08:32

Heat tweet: Users flock to Twitter when temperatures rise - 08:32

Lunatic Fringe gene plays key role in renewable brain - 08:32

Tuesday th 18th of July 2017

The UN actually does prevent war, according to study of General Assembly votes - 17:02

27 Phase III and 8 Phase II Alzheimer’s drugs on track to launch in next 5 years - 15:12

At the cellular level, a child’s loss of a father is associated with increased stress - 15:12

New PTSD study identifies potential path to treatment - 15:12

New model projects an increase in dust storms in the US - 15:12

A scientific stopwatch for the world’s largest animals - 15:12

New gel coatings may lead to better catheters and condoms - 15:12

Strange Signals from the Nearby Red Dwarf Star Ross 128 - 15:12

O2 & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Reverses Brain Damage in Drowned Toddler - 12:52

Hydrogen-powered train to hit the rails running in 2018 - 12:52

Individualistic practices and values increasing around the world - 12:52

Replacing a palatable high-fat diet with low fat food causes withdrawal-like symptoms in mice - 12:52

Reversing fetal alcohol damage after birth - 12:52

The Tinder trap, or, why meeting people can make them more attractive - 12:52

27 Phase III and 8 Phase II Alzheimer’s drugs on track to launch in next 5 years - 12:52

Monday th 17th of July 2017

How your smartphone could improve your health - 08:32

What Antarctica’s Massive Iceberg Could Mean for the Future - 08:32

Evidence of Impacts That Structured the Milky Way Galaxy - 08:32

Unlimited Contrast: Technique could lead to cameras that can handle light of any intensity, audio that doesn’t skip or pop - 08:32

Daily crosswords linked to sharper brain in later life - 08:32

Agent clears toxic proteins and improves cognition in neurodegeneration models - 08:32

Bitcoin study: Period of exclusivity encourages early adopters - 08:32

Sunday th 16th of July 2017

Body Shapes and How to deal with them - 15:42

Friday th 14th of July 2017

Researchers find first genomic biomarkers in extracellular vesicles in veterinary patients - 11:02

No Chocolate Milk? No Problem, Kids Get Used to Plain Milk - 11:02

New research uses satellites to predict end of volcanic eruptions - 11:02

Using the stairs just got easier with energy-recycling steps - 11:02

New study highlights the prevalence of resistance genes in Kenya - 09:02

Disgusting Holes - 09:02

Mitochondria in Aging, I Mechanisms and Background - 09:02

Thursday th 13th of July 2017

Electrical stimulation of brain may help people with schizophrenia - 12:32

Why can’t we fix our own electronic devices? - 12:32

Wednesday th 12th of July 2017

A simple breath test could be the next step in diagnosing breast cancer - 11:32

Scientists have more data to back their findings: The Earth is getting warmer - 11:32

Antibiotic nanoparticles fight drug-resistant bacteria - 11:32

Miniaturizing the brain of a drone - 11:32

How Migrating Birds ‘Run a Marathon,’ Burning Muscles and Organs in Long Flights - 11:32

Soft and stretchy fabric-based sensors for wearable robots - 11:32

Researchers create first low-energy particle accelerator beam underground in U.S. - 11:32

Warm winter events in the Arctic are becoming more frequent, lasting longer - 09:02

Lip-syncing Obama: New tools turn audio clips into realistic video - 09:02