Science Blog

Friday the 4th of September 2009

Ultra-flat loudspeakers with powerful sound reproduction - 11:07

The war against wildlife comes to an end in Southern Europe - 11:07

Surgical scrub solution: It's good for patients, too - 09:14

New research strategy for understanding drug resistance in leukemia - 09:14

Large thighs protect against heart disease and early death - 03:56

Safe seed: Researchers yielding good results on food cotton in field - 03:56

Syracuse University research team discovers switch that causes the body to produce cancerous cells - 03:56

Safe seed: Researchers yielding good results on food cotton in field - 00:56

Syracuse University research team discovers switch that causes the body to produce cancerous cells - 00:56

Thursday the 3rd of September 2009

Large thighs protect against heart disease and early death - 23:28

How to improve vaccines to trigger T cell as well as antibody response - 22:56

Molecular decay of enamel-specific gene in toothless mammals supports theory of evolution - 22:56

Does Whole Foods Markets Accept Electronic Benefit Cards? - 22:56

Does Whole Foods Markets Accept Electronic Benefit Cards? - 21:07

How to improve vaccines to trigger T cell as well as antibody response - 20:21

Molecular decay of enamel-specific gene in toothless mammals supports theory of evolution - 20:21

Arctic at warmest levels in 2,000 years or more - 19:14

Carrots are better than sticks for building human cooperation - 19:14

Molecular 'GPS' helps researchers probe processes important in aging and disease - 19:14

Argonne researchers develop method that aims to stabilize antibodies - 19:14

Stanford open-source camera could revolutionize photography - 19:14

Was the public health response to swine flu alarmist? - 19:14

Market based reforms have not harmed equity in the NHS, say researchers - 19:14

Current national primary care policies for childhood obesity need to be improved - 19:14

Was the public health response to swine flu alarmist? - 18:49

Market based reforms have not harmed equity in the NHS, say researchers - 18:49

Current national primary care policies for childhood obesity need to be improved - 18:49

Molecular 'GPS' helps researchers probe processes important in aging and disease - 16:56

Argonne researchers develop method that aims to stabilize antibodies - 16:56

Stanford open-source camera could revolutionize photography - 16:56

XMM-Newton uncovers a celestial Rosetta stone - 14:21

Atoms don't dance the 'bose nova' - 14:21

The Arctic offers more evidence of human influences on climate change - 14:21

Arctic lakes help scientists understand climate change - 14:21

Nowhere to hide: Some species are unable to adapt to climate change due to their genes - 14:21

Long-term cooling trend in Arctic abruptly reverses, signaling potential for sea rise - 14:21

Arctic at warmest levels in 2,000 years or more - 14:21

Carrots are better than sticks for building human cooperation - 14:21

U-M researchers find gene that protects high-fat-diet mice from obesity - 12:49

'Achilles' heel' in Y chromosome linked to sex disorders - 12:49

Sex disorders linked to Y chromosome's instability - 12:49

Mice can eat 'junk' and not get fat - 12:49

Gene called flower missing link in vesicle uptake in neurons - 12:49

Transplanted human stem cells prolong survival in mouse model of rare brain disease - 12:49

Newly discovered road map of leptin explains its regulation of bone and appetite - 12:49

Spare gene is fodder for fishes' evolution - 12:49

European Urology September issue features 'Surgery in Motion' article - 11:21

Mayo Clinic researchers find that protein believed to protect against cancer has a Mr. Hyde side - 11:21

Mothers with postpartum depression with suicidal thoughts and their infant interactions - 11:21

Nonagenarian researcher petitions FDA to ban trans fats - 11:21