Science Blog

Wednesday th 26th of July 2017

Common (and uncommon) scents: Name that smell! - 13:12

Studies help understand why some people are so sure they’re right - 13:12

Study uncovers potential ‘silver bullet’ for preventing and treating colon cancer - 13:12

Anxious? Cellular roots of anxiety identified - 09:02

Aggressive UTI bacteria hijack copper, feed off it - 09:02

Understanding the constant dialogue that goes on between our gut and our brain - 09:02

Could spraying particles into marine clouds help cool the planet? - 09:02

Tuesday th 25th of July 2017

Does Curry Cure Cancer? - 20:02

Significant ongoing decline in sperm counts of Western men - 14:22

Mitochondria in Aging, II: Remedies - 11:22

Lutein may counter cognitive aging, study finds - 11:22

Cognitive cross-training enhances learning, study finds - 11:22

A bar magnet creates chaos in plasma - 11:22

Cooler cows have healthier calves - 11:22

What do Trump’s tweets say about his personality? Creative, low-well-being - 11:22

Ingestible drug-delivery materials may help patients comply with treatment regimens - 08:32

Study: Indian monsoons have strengthened over past 15 years - 08:32

Toddlers begin learning rules of reading, writing at very early age - 08:32

Clearest evidence yet of long-sought Majorana particle - 08:32

Dogged genetics research identifies genes associated with skin disorder - 08:32

Making Polymer Chemistry ‘Click’ - 08:32

Experimental HIV vaccine regimen is well-tolerated, elicits immune responses - 08:32

Monday th 24th of July 2017

Dark matter is likely ‘cold,’ not ‘fuzzy,’ scientists report after new simulations - 17:02

Using Seaweed to Kill Invasive Ants - 17:02

Bird songs provide insight into how developing brain forms memories - 17:02

Shining rings: A new material emits white light when exposed to electricity - 09:13

Secrets of undersea chemical reaction revealed; could they reduce CO2 in the atmosphere? - 09:13

Three new ‘club-tailed’ scorpions join the tree of life - 09:13

Neuroticism may postpone death for some - 09:13

Promising Behavioral Intervention Helps Cut Idling Car Engines - 09:13

World-first ketamine trial shows promise for geriatric depression - 09:13

Artificial intelligence suggests recipes based on food photos - 09:13

Sunday th 23rd of July 2017

Changing ethnic attitudes of children with the help of teachers - 18:32

Friday th 21st of July 2017

In saliva, clues to a ‘ghost’ species of ancient human - 18:02

The Skies Perpetually Revolve in Vain - 09:02

Knee surgery: Have we been doing it wrong? - 09:02

Could slot machines be the key to more effective HIV testing? - 09:02

Depression changes structure of the brain, study suggests - 09:02

Native leech preys on invasive slug? - 09:02

Most precise measurement of the proton’s mass - 09:02

Holographic imaging could be used to detect signs of life in space - 09:02

Thursday th 20th of July 2017

Social scientists reveal structure of AIDS denialist online communities - 16:22

Evidence found for the Majorana fermion, a particle that’s its own antiparticle - 16:22

Study finds gene variant increases risk for depression - 16:22

Four Questions: Could Apes Talk as They Do in the Movies? - 08:32

How to have a big, healthy brain - 08:32

Timing and frequency of meals plays role in weight loss or gain. - 08:32

Setting the record straight: PPIs do not cause Dementia - 08:32

Dogs, humans share genetic basis for hypersocial behavior - 08:32

Heat tweet: Users flock to Twitter when temperatures rise - 08:32