Science Daily

Tuesday the 28th of June 2016

A lesson from fruit flies: Possible first therapy for an uncommon childhood disease - 22:01

New way out: Researchers show how stem cells exit bloodstream - 22:01

New study shows impact of human-made structures on Louisiana's coastal wetlands - 22:01

Don't abandon national referendums, but smaller groups often make wiser choices - 22:01

Humans artificially drive evolution of new species - 22:01

Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceans - 22:00

Doing the math on Zika and sex - 16:10

Boston subway system covered in microbes, but they're not harmful - 15:41

'Bugs' on the subway: Monitoring the microbial environment to improve public health - 15:41

Engineers to use cyborg insects as biorobotic sensing machines - 15:41

Early bird wings preserved in Burmese amber - 15:40

Hubble reveals stellar fireworks in 'skyrocket' galaxy - 15:10

See and sort: Developing novel techniques to visualize uncultured microbial cell activity - 14:41

Mutant enzyme study aids in understanding of sirtuin's functions - 14:11

Non-healing tissue from diabetic foot ulcers reprogrammed as pluripotent stem cells - 14:11

Biologists explain function of Pentagone - 14:11

Pipelines affect health, fitness of salmon, study finds - 14:11

Compounds in parsley and dill help fight cancer, research shows - 13:41

Insights into neurons that cause symptoms of Rett syndrome could guide new therapy search - 13:41

New technology could deliver drugs to brain injuries - 13:41

Antidepressant does not reduce hospitalization, death for HF patients with depression - 13:41

Animals 'inherit' their social network from their mothers, study shows - 13:41

Latest research on physical therapy in ICU setting a 'surprising reversal' - 13:41

Lab-tested diagnosis needed when treating patients with persistent diarrhea - 13:41

New model predicts once-mysterious chemical reactions - 13:40

Monkey study shows Zika infection prolonged in pregnancy - 13:11

New preclinical study indicates vaccine to prevent Zika infection in humans is feasible - 13:10

'Rule-breaker' forests in Andes, Amazon revealed by remote spectral sensing - 12:41

No need for supercomputers - 12:41

Veils, Headscarves May Improve Observers' Ability to Judge Truthfulness - 12:41

Novel study shows twisting of the heart may predict mitral valve surgery outcomes - 12:11

Performance, quality measures updated for patients with atrial fibrillation - 12:11

New pathway to treat heart failure - 12:11

Serpentine plants survive harsh soils thanks to borrowed genes - 12:11

Insurance causes costs of services to rise - 12:11

Fish oil during pregnancy offers no protection for children against obesity - 12:11

Researchers find human development's first gear - 12:11

Shape-changing enzyme suggests how small doses of anti-HIV drug might treat Alzheimer's - 12:11

Video privacy software lets you select what others can see - 12:11

'Squishy' motors and wheels give soft robots a new ride - 12:10

Next flu pandemic could double past cost estimates - 11:41

One giant leap for the future of safe drug delivery - 11:41

Gene signature in ovarian cancer predicts survival and offers new drug target - 11:41

Honeybee circadian rhythms are affected more by social interactions - 11:41

Researchers identify possible link between the environment and puberty - 11:41

Conservation key to curbing emissions from palm oil agriculture in Africa - 11:40

Astronomers release spectacular survey of the distant Universe - 11:11

Fungi can be used to control filth fly adults, reduce egg laying - 11:11

Novel lipid lowering medication improves blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes - 11:11

Early screening spots emergency workers at greater risk of mental illness - 11:11