Science Blog

Friday the 9th of October 2009

Hyper-SAGE boosts remote MRI sensitivity - 16:21

Key new ingredient in climate model refines global predictions - 16:21

Study finds no relationship between PCR rate and race in women with breast cancer - 16:21

UCSD researchers pave the way for effective liver treatments - 16:21

NIH launches 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine trials in HIV-infected pregnant women - 16:21

Child safety seat education needs an extra boost - 16:21

Breast cancer patients with high risk gene diagnosed 6 years earlier than generation before - 16:21

Hyper-SAGE boosts remote MRI sensitivity - 14:49

Key new ingredient in climate model refines global predictions - 14:49

Study finds no relationship between PCR rate and race in women with breast cancer - 14:49

UCSD researchers pave the way for effective liver treatments - 14:49

No Data, No Results, No Problem, No Bel! - 14:07

KEAP1 Keeps major cancer-promoting protein at bay - 12:56

Although more older women receive breast-conserving therapy, gaps in treatment exist - 11:28

Implementation of acute care surgery service provides more timely patient care - 11:28

No place like home: Africa's big cats show postcode preference - 11:28

Common herbicides and fibrates block nutrient-sensing receptor found in gut and pancreas - 11:07

About hope - 10:21

Researchers report benefits of new standard treatment study for rare pediatric brain cancer - 09:56

Cancer drug is no different in effectiveness as gold standard treatment for macular degeneration - 09:56

MSU research: Small classes have long-term benefit for all students - 09:56

Rising sea levels are increasing the risk of flooding along the south coast of England - 09:56

Developing enzymes to clean up pollution by explosives - 09:56

Receptor activated exclusively by glutamate discovered on tongue - 09:56

Lessons learned from H1N1 virus pandemic - 09:56

Scans show learning 'sculpts' the brain's connections - 09:56

Patients who received donated pacemakers survive without complications - 01:56

For kidney disease patients, staying active might mean staying alive - 00:28

Leptin linked with more aggressive thyroid cancer in Middle Eastern region - 00:28

Vaccinating boys against human papillomavirus not cost-effective - 00:28

Inside the first bird, surprising signs of a dinosaur - 00:28

Archaeopteryx was not very bird-like - 00:28

Parasite growth hormone pushes human cells to liver cancer - 00:28

Gene data tool advances prospects for personalized medicine - 00:28

Women with breast cancer have low vitamin D levels - 00:28

Thursday the 8th of October 2009

Women with breast cancer have low vitamin D levels - 21:49

Inside the first bird, surprising signs of a dinosaur - 20:21

Archaeopteryx was not very bird-like - 20:21

Parasite growth hormone pushes human cells to liver cancer - 20:21

Gene data tool advances prospects for personalized medicine - 20:21

Vaccinating boys against human papillomavirus not cost-effective - 19:14

Kraken becomes first academic machine to achieve petaflop - 17:42

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may involve a form of sudden, rapid aging of the immune system - 17:42

NASA flies to Antarctica for largest airborne polar ice survey - 17:42

For kidney disease patients, staying active might mean staying alive - 17:42

Leptin linked with more aggressive thyroid cancer in Middle Eastern region - 17:42

NASA satellite reveals a depressed and disorganized Henri - 16:35

The Philippines may finally get a break from Tropical Depression Parma - 16:35

New state health care scorecard finds wide differences in access, quality and cost across states - 16:35

NASA's TRMM satellite captures Typhoon Melor as it reaches Japan - 16:35