Science Blog

Wednesday the 15th of July 2009

Can children outgrow chronic daily headache? - 15:49

Blind can take wheel with vehicle designed by university engineering design team - 14:42

New map of genomic variations will enable disease research - 14:42

St. Jude scientists discover a new mechanism controlling neuronal migration - 14:42

MGH study identifies first molecular steps to childhood leukemia - 13:35

UCSF researchers help crack parasite genome, identify drug leads - 13:35

A ticking bomb: Novel UCLA procedure treats high-risk aortic aneurysms - 13:35

Primitive asteroids in the main asteroid belt may have formed far from the sun - 13:35

'Sloppier copier' surprisingly efficient - 13:35

Complete fluke? Genome sequencers crack parasite genome - 13:35

Genomes of parasitic flatworms decoded - 13:35

Primate archaeology sheds light on human origins - 13:35

Vitamin D, curcumin may help clear amyloid plaques found in Alzheimer's disease - 11:42

FSU scientists unveil new seasonal hurricane forecasting model - 11:42

Classifying 'clicks' - 11:42

Market-style incentives to increase school choice have opposite effect - 11:42

Timing is everything: Growth factor keeps brain development on track - 11:42

Brain response to information about the future suggests that ignorance isn't bliss - 11:42

Duke, UNC scientists create entirely new way to study brain function - 11:42

University of Michigan survey: Ask permission to use newborn data, parents say - 10:35

Arctic sea ice images derived from classified data should be made public - 10:35

Researcher investigates the basis of Einstein's first approximation in the theory of relativity - 10:35

New insect on Balearic Islands - 09:49

How the moon got its stripes - 09:49

Study pinpoints drugs that prevent epilepsy, seizures after severe brain injury - 08:42

The ultimate brow lift: HDAC8 in the epigenetic control of skull morhpgenesis - 08:42

IQ explains part of difference in heart disease between people of high and low socioeconomic status - 08:42

Experts critique JAMA studies on brain cancer linked to altered genes - 08:42

Context is key: Differential PI3K signaling and consequences for targeted therapy - 08:42

Repair of heart defect discovered incidentally during surgery may not have clear benefit - 08:42

United we stand; divided we fall - 08:42

MIT: Adult brain changes with unsuspected speed - 08:42

Parts of brain involved in social cognition may be in place by age 6 - 07:35

Study sheds light on social brain development - 07:35

Tweens sensitive to others' perceptions of them - 07:35

Fetal short-term memory found in 30-week-old fetuses - 07:35

Foster care may boost brain activity of institutionalized children - 07:35

In adolescence, girls react differently than boys to peers' judgments - 07:35

Stealthy gene network makes brain tumors flourish - 07:35

Ben-Gurion U discovers drug can prevent epilepsy following traumatic brain injury - 07:35

Personalized Genomic Medicine: Are We and Our Doctors Ready? - 07:14

Tuesday the 14th of July 2009

MIT: Adult brain changes with unsuspected speed - 16:35

United we stand; divided we fall - 16:35

Context is key: Differential PI3K signaling and consequences for targeted therapy - 16:35

Hormone therapy use associated with increased risk of ovarian cancer - 16:35

Research identifies network of altered genes that appear to play role in development of brain tumors - 16:35

Study pinpoints drugs that prevent epilepsy, seizures after severe brain injury - 16:35

The ultimate brow lift: HDAC8 in the epigenetic control of skull morhpgenesis - 16:35

Ben-Gurion U discovers drug can prevent epilepsy following traumatic brain injury - 16:35

Repair of heart defect discovered incidentally during surgery may not have clear benefit - 15:49