Science Blog

Friday the 30th of October 2009

Smart solution: SLU researchers use smartphones to improve health of elderly diabetics in China - 00:21

Widely used cholesterol-lowering drug may prevent progression - 00:21

Inhibitor of heat shock protein is a potential anticancer drug, Penn study finds - 00:21

2-pronged protein attack could be source of SARS virulence - 00:21

Of mice and men: Stem cells and ethical uncertainties - 00:21

North America automobile sector bottom of 'world sustainability league' - 00:21

Thursday the 29th of October 2009

Widely used cholesterol-lowering drug may prevent progression - 21:19

Inhibitor of heat shock protein is a potential anticancer drug, Penn study finds - 21:19

2-pronged protein attack could be source of SARS virulence - 21:19

Of mice and men: Stem cells and ethical uncertainties - 21:19

North America automobile sector bottom of 'world sustainability league' - 21:19

Lessons from flu seasons past - 17:21

TGen seeks emergency FDA approval of new swine flu test - 16:14

A heat sensor for body-clock synchronization - 16:14

Typhoon Mirinae is already scaring Philippine residents before Halloween - 16:14

NIAID scientists propose new explanation for flu virus antigenic drift - 16:14

Shire presents study findings on its ADHD treatments at psychiatric meeting Oct 29-30 - 16:14

Exploring the final frontier: Disease proposed as major barrier to Mars and beyond - 16:14

Smart solution: SLU researchers use smartphones to improve health of elderly diabetics in China - 16:14

Smart solution: SLU researchers use smartphones to improve health of elderly diabetics in China - 16:14

Magic Babies - 14:42

New celestial map gives directions for GPS - 13:56

Geneticists hunt for scleroderma triggers - 13:56

Scientists discover influenza's Achilles heel: Antioxidants - 13:56

No pain, no gain: Mastering a skill makes us stressed in the moment, happy long term - 13:56

'Moonlighting' molecules discovered - 13:56

Th17 cells summon an immune system strike against cancer - 13:56

Similar molecular tweaks led both a shrew and a lizard to produce venom - 13:56

HIV tamed by designer 'leash' - 13:56

New celestial map gives directions for GPS - 12:49

Geneticists hunt for scleroderma triggers - 12:49

Scientists discover influenza's Achilles heel: Antioxidants - 12:49

No pain, no gain: Mastering a skill makes us stressed in the moment, happy long term - 12:49

'Moonlighting' molecules discovered - 12:49

Th17 cells summon an immune system strike against cancer - 12:49

Similar molecular tweaks led both a shrew and a lizard to produce venom - 12:49

HIV tamed by designer 'leash' - 12:49

LANL Roadrunner simulates nanoscale material failure - 11:21

Pitt study shows linkage between teen girls' weight and sexual behavior - 10:56

Biofield therapies: Helpful or full of hype? - 10:56

Improved adhesive for products like transparent tape could benefit biofuels economy - 10:56

Soil moisture and ocean salinity satellite ready for launch - 10:56

New tool promises more accurate antimalarial drug dosing - 10:56

Multicultural education focus of new UOG publication - 10:56

Exercise keeps dangerous visceral fat away a year after weight loss, finds UAB study - 10:56

Exercise keeps dangerous visceral fat away a year after weight loss, finds UAB study - 10:56

Opening up a colorful cosmic jewel box - 07:56

Lack of insurance may have figured in nearly 17,000 childhood deaths, study shows - 07:56

A New "Space Age": Globalisation Is Shaping Urban Development - 07:14

Solar Cell Celebration or Confusion? - 05:42