Science Blog

Wednesday the 7th of April 2010

The Third Gender (preview) - 10:49

Insolvency risk lower for private equity-backed companies - 10:49

Gene provides a link between lower birth weight and type 2 diabetes - 10:49

International team discovers element 117 - 10:28

NC State research may revolutionize ceramics manufacturing - 10:28

90 percent of children with intermittent exotropia will become nearsighted by 20 years of age - 10:28

Scientists find out why living things are the size they are -- and none other - 10:28

Insolvency risk lower for private equity-backed companies - 10:28

Health reform law likely to improve access to affordable coverage - 10:07

For osteoporosis patients, exercise pill one step closer to reality - 09:21

First animals to live without oxygen discovered - 09:21

Chemical Controls - 08:56

Hooking up or dating: Who benefits? - 08:56

International team discovers element 117 - 08:56

UCSB scientists obtain unique recordings of Easter earthquake in Mexico - 08:56

No new nukes: Obama's nuclear posture points to caution - 08:35

Eastern US forests resume decline - 08:35

Hooking up or dating: Who benefits? - 08:35

Eastern US forests resume decline - 00:21

Tuesday the 6th of April 2010

No new nukes: Obama's nuclear posture points to caution - 21:14

Early Earth absorbed more sunlight -- no extreme greenhouse needed to keep water wet - 18:14

Middle-aged Americans report more mobility-related disabilities - 18:14

Building a better flu vaccine: Add second strain of influenza B - 18:14

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder linked to high prevalence of epilepsy, Queen's study - 18:14

Want better health information technology? Ask patients how they want it - 18:14

Mount Sinai study finds only a weak link between fruit and vegetable and reduced risk of cancer - 18:14

Why is lava shaped like that? - 18:14

Fruits and Veggies Help Just a Little in Decreasing Cancer Risk - 18:14

Fruits and Veggies Help Just a Little in Decreasing Cancer Risk - 17:49

Why is lava shaped like that? - 17:28

Mount Sinai study finds only a weak link between fruit and vegetable and reduced risk of cancer - 16:21

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder linked to high prevalence of epilepsy, Queen's study - 14:49

Want better health information technology? Ask patients how they want it - 14:49

Building a better flu vaccine: Add second strain of influenza B - 14:28

Roll-out of proven HIV/STD risk-reduction intervention with teens by community groups successful - 14:07

UCSB geologist discovers pattern in Earth's long-term climate record - 14:07

Clinical trial to test whether vaccine can effectively treat melanoma - 14:07

SLU doctor warns against St. John's wort for anxiety - 14:07

Early Earth absorbed more sunlight -- no extreme greenhouse needed to keep water wet - 14:07

Middle-aged Americans report more mobility-related disabilities - 14:07

Archaeologists uncover land before wheel; site untouched for 6,000 years - 13:42

Sand fly barcoding in Panama reveals Leishmania strain and its potential control - 13:42

Disparities persist in outcomes for African-American women with advanced breast cancer - 13:42

New thick-shelled turtle species lived with world's biggest snake - 13:42

New survey finds grandparents play key role in lives of children with autism - 12:35

Pitt/Magee research finds women with preeclampsia have fewer blood vessel precursor cells - 12:08

Cold atoms and nanotubes come together in an atomic 'black hole' - 12:08

Mouth breathing can cause major health problems - 12:08

4,000-year study supports use of prescribed burns in Southern Appalachians - 12:08

What Is Geoengineering and Why Is It Considered a Climate Change Solution? - 11:42