Science Daily

Friday the 4th of September 2015

Long-sought chiral anomaly detected in crystalline material - 17:30

Beyond species counts: Using evolutionary history to inform conservation - 17:30

Extra hour of screen time per day associated with poorer GCSE grades - 17:30

Highly effective seasickness treatment on the horizon - 15:00

Polar bears may survive ice melt, with or without seals - 15:00

Vitamin C: The exercise replacement? - 15:00

IV administration of endothelin B receptor drug reduces memory loss, oxidative stress in Alzheimer's disease - 15:00

'Unethical' targets in India's private hospitals - 14:30

Peering back in time to just after the Big Bang: Farthest galaxy ever detected - 14:00

New model of cognitive flexibility gives insight into autism spectrum disorder - 13:30

New strategy to lower blood sugar may help in diabetes treatment? - 13:00

Drug-resistant bacteria in the gut overcome with fecal transplant - 13:00

Making the easiest judgments first, when viewing new environments - 13:00

Increased odds for type 2 diabetes after prenatal exposure to Ukraine famine of 1932-33 - 13:00

The science of stereotyping: Challenging the validity of 'gaydar' - 13:00

Girls, boys with autism differ in behavior, brain structure - 13:00

Earth observations show how nitrogen may be detected on exoplanets, aiding search for life - 13:00

Magnetic and ferroelectric metal: The two faces of tomorrow’s materials - 13:00

Supervised tooth brushing and floride varnish schemes benefit kids and the health economy - 13:00

Plants also suffer from stress - 12:30

Solar water-splitting technology developed - 12:30

Does having a bias actually sell newspapers? - 12:30

Computer graphics: Less computing time for sand - 12:00

Bring on the night, say National Park visitors in new study - 12:00

Community ecology can advance the fight against infectious diseases - 12:00

Fourth wheat gene is key to flowering, climate adaptation - 12:00

Scientists unlock secrets of a heat-loving microbe - 12:00

Vestibular organ: Signal replicas make a flexible sensor - 12:00

Researchers show effectiveness of non-surgical treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis - 12:00

The million year old monkey: New evidence confirms the antiquity of fossil primate - 12:00

New findings move flexible lighting technology toward commercial feasibility - 12:00

European citizens measure air pollution with their smartphones - 12:00

Rapid testing for TB aims to reduce drug resistance, lower mortality rate - 09:00

Inexpensive drug saves blood and money, study shows - 09:00

Adolescents more likely not to smoke when cigarette ads feature older adults - 09:00

Surgery achieves better long-term control of type 2 diabetes than standard therapy - 08:30

'Spin current' seen in motion for the first time - 08:00

Current school start times damaging learning and health of students - 08:00

Real competitors enhance thrill of auctions - 08:00

Thursday the 3rd of September 2015

Genetic factors drive roles of gut bacteria in diabetes, obesity - 22:00

Teens lose sleep after change to daylight saving time, study shows - 22:00

New role for an old protein: Cancer causer - 22:00

Self-sweeping laser could dramatically shrink 3-D mapping systems - 22:00

Scientists use Instagram data to forecast top models at New York Fashion Week - 22:00

Before nature selects, gene networks steer a course for evolution - 22:00

Study identifies viral product that promotes immune defense against RSV - 22:00

Using stellar 'twins' to reach the outer limits of the galaxy - 22:00

California rising? - 21:30

Family tree for orchids explains their astonishing variability - 21:30

Back to school and back to sleep - 21:30