Science Blog

Saturday the 23rd of January 2010

NASA's TRMM satellite doesn't need 3-D glasses for Magda - 04:56

CSHL study identifies potential way to reverse cancer cell metabolism and tumor growth - 04:56

Using supercomputers to explore nuclear energy - 04:56

Trauma patients safe from mortality risks associated with so-called 'weekend effect' - 04:56

Friday the 22nd of January 2010

Trauma patients safe from mortality risks associated with so-called 'weekend effect' - 18:07

Using supercomputers to explore nuclear energy - 17:21

RIT captures Haiti disaster with high-tech imaging system - 16:14

NASA's TRMM satellite doesn't need 3-D glasses for Magda - 16:14

CSHL study identifies potential way to reverse cancer cell metabolism and tumor growth - 16:14

NASA's Terra satellite captures cyclone Magda's Australian landfall - 15:28

Autism Speaks responds to recent publications citing autism clusters in California - 15:28

Queen's Human Media Lab makes board games electronic - 13:56

What Is The 'Mental Plane' As Per The Observer? - 12:49

Report examines options for detecting and countering near-Earth objects - 11:42

For most outfielders, luck has nothing to do with catching flies - 11:42

Congo receives help from space after volcano eruption - 11:42

Science in the media - 11:42

Study shows genital herpes virus reactivates widely throughout genital tract - 11:42

Neuron connections seen in 3-D - 10:56

Global tobacco report outlines 21 challenges for 21st century - 10:56

Lighter sedation for elderly during surgery may reduce risk of confusion, disorientation after - 10:56

Simple steps prevent life-threatening bloodstream infections in children - 10:56

Leading cause of medical evacuation out of war zones: It's not combat injury - 10:56

Common heart medications may also protect against Parkinson's disease, study finds - 10:56

Providing good customer service is key to surviving down economy - 10:56

Tips from the journals of the American Society for Microbiology - 04:56

A computer per student leads to higher performance than traditional classroom settings - 04:56

NASA research finds last decade was warmest on record, 2009 one of warmest years - 04:56

Zebrafish swim into drug development - 04:56

Tropical Storm Magda puts North Western Australian on alert - 04:56

How does an outfielder know where to run for a fly ball? - 04:56

Water hits and sticks: Findings challenge a century of assumptions about soil hydrology - 04:56

NYSCF Fellow lead author on study that creates blood vessel cells from stem cells - 04:56

Thursday the 21st of January 2010

Water hits and sticks: Findings challenge a century of assumptions about soil hydrology - 18:28

NYSCF Fellow lead author on study that creates blood vessel cells from stem cells - 18:28

A computer per student leads to higher performance than traditional classroom settings - 17:21

NASA research finds last decade was warmest on record, 2009 one of warmest years - 17:21

Zebrafish swim into drug development - 17:21

Tropical Storm Magda puts North Western Australian on alert - 17:21

How does an outfielder know where to run for a fly ball? - 17:21

Pitt research explores how categories and environment create satisfied and well-informed consumers - 16:14

Ask the non-experts - 16:14

Tips from the journals of the American Society for Microbiology - 16:14

AGU journal highlights -- January 21, 2010 - 15:28

Language structure is partly determined by social structure, says Penn psychology study - 15:28

Go easy on the environment -- and our wallets, says Generation Y - 15:28

Discovery of algae's toxic hunting habits could help curb fish kills - 14:21

Mountain plants unable to withstand invasion - 13:56

Disease severity in H1N1 patients - 13:56

Study finds face masks and hand hygiene can help limit influenza's spread - 13:56