Science Blog

Monday the 17th of August 2009

Preparing for the H1N1 pandemic: a formidable foe - 11:42

Interactive asthma education program reduces need for emergency care and steroid use in children - 11:42

Genetic diagnosis of embryos: clear explanation, not rhetoric needed - 11:42

Gene vital to brain's stem cells implicated in deadly brain cancer - 11:42

Autobiographical and nonautobiographical memory functioning in PTSD - 11:42

Developmental language disorders at preschool age: no proof of benefit from screening - 10:35

Study supports DNA repair-blocker research in cancer therapy - 10:35

Annual survey shows high numbers of seed scallops on Georges Bank, low numbers in Mid-Atlantic - 10:35

New material for nanoscale computer chips - 10:14

Children with headache - 10:14

Computer game taps creativity of scientists to solve energy problems - 08:42

Redundancy Reduces Birth Rates of highly-skilled: Losing a Job Can Ruin Plans to Start a Family - 04:56

UTSA biology researchers demystify elusive war zone bacterium - 04:56

Redundancy Reduces Birth Rates of highly-skilled: Losing a Job Can Ruin Plans to Start a Family - 03:49

UTSA biology researchers demystify elusive war zone bacterium - 03:49

Mother's immune system may block fetal treatments for blood diseases - 02:42

Magazines for women depict babies in unsafe sleep environments - 02:42

Agricultural methods of early civilizations may have altered global climate, study suggests - 02:42

Mother's immune system may block fetal treatments for blood diseases - 00:49

Magazines for women depict babies in unsafe sleep environments - 00:49

Agricultural methods of early civilizations may have altered global climate, study suggests - 00:49

A new cloaking method - 00:28

Sunday the 16th of August 2009

A new cloaking method - 22:56

New study: Up to 90 percent of US paper money contains traces of cocaine - 20:21

Arabic chemists from the 'Golden Age' given long overdue credit - 20:21

New insights into the 'smell of death' could help recover bodies in disasters and solve crimes - 20:21

New study: Up to 90 percent of US paper money contains traces of cocaine - 19:56

Arabic chemists from the 'Golden Age' given long overdue credit - 19:56

New insights into the 'smell of death' could help recover bodies in disasters and solve crimes - 19:56

Researchers develop new, more-sensitive assay for detecting DNA methylation in colon cancer - 17:21

Inherited risk factors increase odds of developing childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia - 17:21

New biomarker predicts response to hepatitis C treatment - 17:21

UGA researchers propose model for disorders caused by improper transmission of chromosomes - 17:21

Newly found DNA catalysts cleave DNA with water molecule - 17:21

'Killer spices' provide eco-friendly pesticides for organic fruits and veggies - 17:21

New 'biofactories' produce rare healing substances in the endangered Devil's claw plant - 17:21

Needle-free, inhalant powder measles vaccine could save thousands of lives - 17:21

Needle-free, inhalant powder measles vaccine could save thousands of lives - 16:35

New 'biofactories' produce rare healing substances in the endangered Devil's claw plant - 14:42

'Killer spices' provide eco-friendly pesticides for organic fruits and veggies - 13:35

Researchers develop new, more-sensitive assay for detecting DNA methylation in colon cancer - 12:49

Inherited risk factors increase odds of developing childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia - 12:49

New biomarker predicts response to hepatitis C treatment - 12:49

UGA researchers propose model for disorders caused by improper transmission of chromosomes - 12:49

Newly found DNA catalysts cleave DNA with water molecule - 12:49

The buzz on an amazing new mosquito repellent: Will it fly? - 09:49

New eco-friendly self-cleaning material tough on stains, light on effort - 09:49

New study expands the list of hazardous chemicals in smokeless tobacco - 09:07

To understand the universe, science calls on the ultrasmall - 09:07

Future of Theoretical Physics - 00:49