Science Blog

Friday the 21st of August 2009

Mount Sinai first with new technique to prevent a major cause for heart-related stroke - 17:21

Clues to gigantism provided by family in Borneo Mountains - 15:28

NASA watches as Hurricane Bill sweeps over Bermuda - 15:28

NASA, AFOSR test environmentally-friendly rocket propellant - 13:35

Dartmouth researchers propose new way to reproduce a black hole - 13:35

Gene discovery reveals a critical protein's function in hearing - 13:35

New treatments offer better survival and fresh challenges in colorectal cancer - 10:56

Long-term exercise, healthy eating habits in young adults: U-M study - 10:56

Study demonstrates how we support our false beliefs - 10:56

Robot's gentle touch aids delicate cancer surgery - 10:56

Mouse brain rewires its neural circuits to recuperate from damaged neural function after stroke - 09:49

New images capture cell's ribosomes at work - 09:49

UBC research sheds light on sudden death in people with high cholesterol - 09:49

Tone deaf? blame it on poor connectivity - 08:42

Off-label use: Oft not evidence based - 04:56

Coglanglab @ Scientific American - 02:42

Coglanglab @ Scientific American - 00:28

Thursday the 20th of August 2009

Study finds low risk in treating previously coiled aneurysm - 22:56

Universal influenza vaccination may reduce antibiotic use - 22:56

Single host gene may hold key to treating both ebola and anthrax infections - 22:56

Evolution of the appendix: A biological 'remnant' no more - 22:56

Hello wearable kidney, goodbye dialysis machine - 22:56

Increasing the number of kidney transplants - 22:56

Parasites persuade immune cells to invite them in for dinner, says new research - 22:56

Genetically engineered bacteria are sweet success against IBD - 22:56

Parasites persuade immune cells to invite them in for dinner, says new research - 20:21

Genetically engineered bacteria are sweet success against IBD - 20:21

Evolution of the appendix: A biological 'remnant' no more - 18:28

Hello wearable kidney, goodbye dialysis machine - 18:28

Increasing the number of kidney transplants - 18:28

Research supports calls to study health benefits of nitrate, nitrite - 16:35

Alcohol advertising reaching too many teens on cable TV, researchers say - 16:35

Study finds low risk in treating previously coiled aneurysm - 16:35

Universal influenza vaccination may reduce antibiotic use - 16:35

Single host gene may hold key to treating both ebola and anthrax infections - 16:35

"Helioculture" to Produce Transportation Fuels and Biochemicals - 15:07

Potential for Sweet Sorghum Ethanol is Very Sweet, Indeed - 15:07

The Rise of Algae: From Pond Slime to International Superstar - 14:42

Why sleep? UCLA scientist delves into one of science's great mysteries - 14:42

Unlocking the secret of the bladder's bouncers - 14:42

Millionths of a second can cost millions of dollars: A new way to track network delays - 14:42

Optimal flu vaccine priorities developed at Clemson University - 14:42

Scientists discover bioluminescent 'green bombers' from the deep sea - 14:42

Ultrathin leds create new classes of lighting and display systems - 14:42

Bioplastics Industry Getting a Second Wind - 14:42

Did sleepwalking once serve as an adaptive function? - 14:21

Population segments differ on perceptions of cognitive health - 13:35

City dwellers bear disproportionate federal tax burden - 13:35

Employer-sponsored health insurance premiums projected to double by 2020 - 13:35

Study: Young Arctic muskoxen better at keeping warm than scientists thought - 13:35