Science Blog

Friday the 9th of April 2010

Hospitalists key to success of health care reform - 02:28

More benefits found from mild exercise in critically ill patients - 00:56

Hospitalists key to success of health care reform - 00:56

Thursday the 8th of April 2010

New high-speed integrated circuit for world's biggest physics experiment is fastest of its kind - 21:35

Children of combat-deployed parents show increased worries, even after parent returns - 21:35

Venus is alive -- geologically speaking - 21:35

Scientists develop environmentally friendly way to produce propylene oxide using silver nanoclusters - 21:35

Study: Social influence playing role in surging autism diagnoses - 21:35

Utah-made ventricular assist device gives Idaho man chance to resume an active life - 21:35

Migraine sufferers: More difficulty tuning out visual stimuli? - 21:35

Counterintuitive Cure: A Nanovaccine That Stops Autoimmune Disease by Boosting the Immune System - 21:35

Counterintuitive Cure: A Nanovaccine That Stops Autoimmune Disease by Boosting the Immune System - 17:07

Migraine sufferers: More difficulty tuning out visual stimuli? - 16:21

Utah-made ventricular assist device gives Idaho man chance to resume an active life - 15:56

Children of combat-deployed parents show increased worries, even after parent returns - 15:08

Venus is alive -- geologically speaking - 15:08

Scientists develop environmentally friendly way to produce propylene oxide using silver nanoclusters - 15:08

Study: Social influence playing role in surging autism diagnoses - 15:08

New high-speed integrated circuit for world's biggest physics experiment is fastest of its kind - 14:47

Penguin personalizer: Software that allows recognition of individual birds could aid in conservation - 14:21

Researchers find compound effective in destroying antibiotic-resistant biofilms - 14:21

International team discovers new species of hominid - 13:57

Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle - 13:57

Cancer drug effectiveness substantially advanced - 13:57

Court privacy rulings a threat to the media, expert says - 12:42

Powerful new method allows scientists to probe gene activation - 12:42

Researchers use novel nanoparticle vaccine to cure type 1 diabetes in mice - 12:42

Humboldt Squid Seem to Be Thriving--Thanks to Ocean Dead Zones - 12:42

Different strokes for married folks? - 12:09

Successful launch for ESA's CryoSat-2 ice satellite - 12:09

New study of autism reveals a 'DNA tag' (methylation) amenable to treatment - 12:09

Texas A&M anthropologist helps identify new species of Homo-like fossil found in South Africa - 11:21

Study: Better understanding of abnormalities that lead to chronic kidney disease in children - 11:21

Death, injury benefits a casualty of new war strategy, study says - 11:21

Variations on the genetic theme - 10:50

Music therapy fails dyslexics - 10:49

Texas A&M anthropologist helps identify new species of Homo-like fossil found in South Africa - 10:49

IU's Carlson among team of scientists announcing new species of prehistoric man - 10:15

Privacy risks from geographic information - 10:15

Ozone levels tend to be above recommended levels at this time of year in South West Spain - 10:15

New evidence on co-prescribing for heart and stroke patients - 10:15

How dangerous are air pollutants really? - 09:50

New hope for treating hepatitis C: Telaprevir - 09:50

Scientists unravel brain-hormone circuit that helps police diabetes, female fertility - 09:50

An explanation for the so-called 'broken-heart syndrome' - 09:29

New meds faster - 09:29

Traditional Sushi Eaters Have Specialized Gut Bacteria - 00:21

Wednesday the 7th of April 2010

UBC graduate student finds a 'start/stop switch' for retroviruses - 20:35

Toddlers appreciate good intentions, Queen's study finds - 20:14

Getting heavier, younger: U-M study shows generational shift in obesity - 20:14