Science Blog

Thursday the 28th of January 2010

2010 Lemelson-MIT Invention Index reveals ways to enhance teens' interest in STEM - 09:49

Stem cell breakthrough: Bone marrow cells are the answer - 09:49

Antibiotic found to protect hearing in mice - 09:49

Stem cell breakthrough: Bone marrow cells are the answer - 09:07

Antibiotic found to protect hearing in mice - 09:07

Mount Sinai finds prenatal exposure to certain chemicals affects childhood neurodevelopment - 08:42

'Overweight' adults age 70 or older are less likely to die over a 10-year period - 08:42

2010 Lemelson-MIT Invention Index reveals ways to enhance teens' interest in STEM - 08:42

Mount Sinai finds prenatal exposure to certain chemicals affects childhood neurodevelopment - 01:35

'Overweight' adults age 70 or older are less likely to die over a 10-year period - 01:35

Wednesday the 27th of January 2010

Discovery points way for new treatment for aneurysms: UBC-Providence Research - 22:35

Energy-harvesting rubber sheets could power pacemakers, mobile phones - 22:35

Disarming specialized stem cells might combat deadly ovarian cancer - 22:35

US Parkinson's rates highest in whites, Hispanics, and Midwest, Northeast - 22:35

Severe complications of diabetes higher in depressed patients - 22:35

University of Colorado student-built satellite selected for flight by NASA - 22:35

Study examines sexual orientation and bullying among adolescents - 22:35

Even mild kidney disease harms a child's quality of life - 22:35

University of Colorado student-built satellite selected for flight by NASA - 18:07

Study examines sexual orientation and bullying among adolescents - 18:07

Even mild kidney disease harms a child's quality of life - 18:07

Severe complications of diabetes higher in depressed patients - 17:42

US Parkinson's rates highest in whites, Hispanics, and Midwest, Northeast - 17:21

GOES-P proceeds toward launch - 15:49

Discovery points way for new treatment for aneurysms: UBC-Providence Research - 15:49

Energy-harvesting rubber sheets could power pacemakers, mobile phones - 15:49

Disarming specialized stem cells might combat deadly ovarian cancer - 15:49

Researchers find leukemia cells metabolize fat to avoid cell death - 15:28

Brain responses during anesthesia mimic those during natural deep sleep - 15:28

Deadly fish virus now found in all Great Lakes - 15:28

NASA satellite sees Tropical Depression 10P Strengthening in south Pacific - 15:28

Olga restrengthens into a tropical storm - 15:28

Carnegie Mellon releases data on Haitian Creole to hasten development of translation tools - 15:07

Trees retaliate when their fig wasps don't service them - 15:07

Microbes produce fuels directly from biomass - 14:42

Scripps research scientists find potential new way to enhance vaccines - 14:21

Surgery helps chronic sinusitis sufferers get relief - 13:56

Brain scientists extend map of fear memory formation - 13:56

Discovery of mechanism in brain cell injury in Huntington's offers new treatment approaches - 13:07

Integrating private insurance with public health would improve US health care -- study - 13:07

Early menopause can result in earlier onset dementia - 13:07

Effects of forest fire on carbon emissions, climate impacts often overestimated - 12:42

Condom or no condom? It's not what you say, it's how you say it - 12:42

Clean and green: Supermarket shelves awash in eco-friendly laundry detergents - 12:21

The roots of food security - 11:35

Mismatched alloys are a good match for thermoelectrics - 11:35

Anti-spasticity medications need further research - 11:35

The Sur, Baleares and Segura basins are the driest in Spain - 10:49

'Good' bacteria keep immune system primed to fight future infections - 10:49

Teens who drink with parents may still develop alcohol problems - 10:49