Science Blog

Tuesday the 27th of April 2010

New maps show how 1889 Russian flu rode the rails to circle the globe in months - 14:50

Sticker Shock: How Much Will Recharging Plug-In Hybrids Cost Consumers? - 13:50

Gene discovery may lead to new varieties of soybean plants - 13:50

Milk Is America's top source of much-needed vitamin D - 13:20

Better vision ahead for many diabetic retinopathy patients - 13:20

AgriLife Research wheat studies pay off - 13:20

Rare 95 million-year-old flying reptile Aetodactylus halli is new pterosaur genus, species - 13:20

Microbes contribute less to climate warming - 12:50

At-risk children who can self-regulate behavior have higher test scores than their peers - 12:50

Family-focused program shows benefit in treating excess weight in children - 12:21

Study finds that drugs used for treatment of influenza in pregnancy appear to be safe - 12:20

Earth microbes may contaminate the search for life on Mars - 11:22

New research offers security for virtualization, cloud computing - 10:51

Alzheimer's memory problems originate with protein clumps floating in the brain, not amyloid plaques - 10:51

Comparative-effectiveness study confirms new treatment for diabetic macular edema - 10:51

To have or not to have ribs (a vertebrate story) - 10:21

Lower wages, lack of job opportunities means more Americans delaying 'adulthood' - 10:21

New electrolytic cells to play a role in tomorrow's local energy supply - 10:00

ESA's Envisat monitors oil spill - 10:00

Looking back key to moving forward - 10:00

Financially wronged? New study says investors should target leadership instead of corporation itself - 10:00

New research reinforces anti-inflammatory properties of tart cherries - 09:32

Going Out with a Bang - 09:00

Carbs against Cardio: More Evidence that Refined Carbohydrates, not Fats, Threaten the Heart - 08:32

Uncanny Sight in the Blind (preview) - 08:32

Nutrition education at WIC influences participants to consume more healthful foods - 08:32

Do Chimpanzees Understand Death? - 08:01

Do Chimpanzees Understand Death? - 06:01

Anemia tougher to tackle in black children with kidney disease - 02:40

New monitor lizard discovered in Indonesia - 00:40

Fantasy TV in the service of science: An open letter to HBO about "Dothraki" - 00:40

Novel nanoparticles prevent radiation damage - 00:40

Inaugural issue of OSA's Energy Express focuses on gaining energy with solar concentrators - 00:40

Non-medical treatment may rapidly relieve severe IBS symptoms - 00:40

Anemia tougher to tackle in black children with kidney disease - 00:40

Non-medical treatment may rapidly relieve severe IBS symptoms - 00:11

Monday the 26th of April 2010

Fantasy TV in the service of science: An open letter to HBO about "Dothraki" - 18:30

Mapping robots aid in new undersea discoveries - 18:01

New monitor lizard discovered in Indonesia - 18:01

Novel nanoparticles prevent radiation damage - 18:00

Inaugural issue of OSA's Energy Express focuses on gaining energy with solar concentrators - 18:00

Soil microbes produce less atmospheric carbon dioxide than expected - 17:00

MDS, a blood cancer, strikes nearly 5 times more Americans than previously thought - 17:00

Reward-driven people win more, even when no reward at stake - 17:00

Mapping robots aid in new undersea discoveries - 17:00

Scientists discover underwater asphalt volcanoes - 16:31

Soil microbes produce less atmospheric carbon dioxide than expected - 16:31

MDS, a blood cancer, strikes nearly 5 times more Americans than previously thought - 16:31

Reward-driven people win more, even when no reward at stake - 16:31

Drug may treat cystic fibrosis, other diseases caused by 'nonsense mutations,' UAB researcher says - 16:00