Science Blog

Monday the 29th of March 2010

Microorganisms in toxic groundwater fine-tuned to survive - 17:07

Did climate influence Angkor's collapse? - 16:42

Study shows that mutations in 1 gene cause many cancers - 16:42

Children's sense of threat from parental fighting determines trauma symptoms - 16:42

Dangerous plaques in blood vessels rupture by overproducing protein-busting enzymes - 16:42

Clues to pregnancy-associated breast cancer found - 16:21

Orange corn holds promise for reducing blindness, child death - 15:56

Bats retune echolocation and use sun's glow to navigate near and far - 15:35

1980s video icon glows on Saturn moon - 15:35

Researchers identify potential new target for treating hepatitis C - 15:35

Molecular middle managers make more decisions than bosses - 15:35

Business affiliation could increase potential risk of farm-to-farm transmission of avian influenza - 15:14

An archaeological mystery in a half-ton lead coffin - 15:14

Scorpion venom provides clues to cause, treatment of pancreatitis - 15:14

UC San Diego energy dashboard to help campus curb appetite for power - 14:28

U of I researchers identify new soybean aphid biotype - 14:28

Queen's University professor's chemistry discovery may revolutionize cooking oil production - 12:14

Exotic plant takes over dunes of Southern Spain - 11:49

Advances reported in quest for drugs targeting childhood cancer - 11:49

Thinking on the Envelope: Finding a Medical "Silver Bullet" to Disable Many of the World's Deadliest Viruses - 11:49

E20 fuel reduces carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon emissions in automobiles - 10:21

Weathercasters take on role of science educators; feel some uncertainty on issue of climate change - 10:21

Why metastasic cells migrate - 10:21

The Bearable Density of Bird Bones - 10:21

The forests of the Basque Country are progressing -- slowly, according to research group - 09:56

Breakthrough design opens door to 'full screen' Braille displays for the blind - 09:56

New ethical guidelines needed for dementia research - 09:56

Study from CWRU Nursing School finds a year after cardiac event only 37 percent still exercising - 09:56

University of Guam professors publish article in International Journal of Intercultural Relations - 09:56

E20 fuel reduces carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon emissions in automobiles - 09:56

Weathercasters take on role of science educators; feel some uncertainty on issue of climate change - 09:56

Why metastasic cells migrate - 09:56

The forests of the Basque Country are progressing -- slowly, according to research group - 09:35

Breakthrough design opens door to 'full screen' Braille displays for the blind - 09:35

New ethical guidelines needed for dementia research - 09:35

Study from CWRU Nursing School finds a year after cardiac event only 37 percent still exercising - 09:35

University of Guam professors publish article in International Journal of Intercultural Relations - 09:35

The Hidden Life of Truffles (preview) - 07:21

Diabetes raises risk of death in cancer surgery patients - 00:35

Measuring the stability of organic waste - 00:35

Few drive well while yakking on cell phones - 00:14

Inequities exists in disease burden, health care and access for minority children - 00:14

Childhood cancer patients enrolled in clinical trials need clearer communication about their role - 00:14

Sunday the 28th of March 2010

Microbial answer to plastic pollution? - 19:14

Fat clue to TB awakening - 19:14

Sugar-hungry yeast to boost biofuel production - 19:14

Ecosystems under threat from ocean acidification - 19:14

Tiny gold probes give scientists a sense of how disease develops - 18:49

'Hormone therapy' for food poisoning bacteria - 18:49

Addicted to Fat: Overeating May Alter the Brain as Much as Hard Drugs - 16:56