Science Daily

Tuesday the 3rd of March 2015

New tech could significantly cut carbon dioxide emissions - 21:00

Neuroscientists identify new way several brain areas communicate - 21:00

First scientific publication from data collected at National Synchrotron Light Source II - 21:00

Lightning plus volcanic ash make glass - 21:00

Bird flu: New compound protects 100 percent of ferrets, mice, from H5N1 - 19:30

Newly discovered hormone mimics the effects of exercise - 19:01

Flower-like magnetic nanoparticles target difficult tumors - 17:01

Highly sensitive detection of malaria parasites - 17:01

Air pollution linked to slower cognitive development in children - 17:01

Creative genius driven by distraction - 17:01

Administering sedatives for patients receiving general anesthesia questioned - 16:00

Long-term follow-up of benign thyroid nodules shows favorable prognosis - 16:00

Examination of prior authorization policies for antipsychotic prescribing to children - 16:00

Outcomes of lung transplantations since implementation of need-based allocation system - 16:00

Far from home: Wayward star cluster is both tiny and distant - 16:00

Vaccine skeptics aren't swayed by emotional scare tactics - 15:00

Adults only really catch flu about twice a decade, suggests study - 15:00

Lasting severe weather impact found in feathers of young birds - 15:00

ADHD plus childhood trauma heightens risk for self-harm, suicide - 15:00

Real estate bidding wars aren't going away, experts say - 15:00

3-D printed parts provide low-cost, custom alternatives for lab equipment - 14:30

A new level of earthquake understanding: Surprise findings from San Andreas Fault rock sample - 14:30

Researchers investigate possible colon cancer risk for new generation of weight-loss drugs - 14:01

Tools can identify nations vulnerable to Ebola and aid response, analysis finds - 14:01

Divorce fuels kids' sugary beverage consumption, study finds - 14:01

Understanding electric car 'range anxiety' could be key to wider acceptance - 14:01

Poor heart function could be major risk for Alzheimer's disease - 14:01

Bans don't help smokers quit, researchers say - 14:01

Researchers monitor for next novel influenza strain - 13:30

Gold standard management of the diabetic cat - 13:30

In a heartbeat: new model shows that filaments in heart muscle cells don't automatically keep the beat - 13:30

Advisory about not feeding peanuts to infants and young children at risk for peanut allergy - 13:30

Float like a mosquito: Mechanical logic may inspire aquatic robots, better boats - 13:30

Intervention results in more stable housing for homeless adults - 13:30

Pregnant women with asthma need to curb urge to ask for antibiotics - 13:30

Marijuana: The allergen you never knew existed - 13:30

High-salt diet could protect against invading microbes - 13:30

Neuropsychological, neuropsychiatric, functional assessments help follow course of Alzheimer's disease - 13:01

New data on the nature of dark matter - 13:01

When age matters: precise dating of ancient charcoal found near skull is helping reveal unique period in prehistory - 13:01

Pressure is on to find the cause for vision changes in space - 13:01

The rub with friction: News rules of friction at the microscopic level - 12:30

Modeling chimp behavior? Try using laws that govern matter - 12:30

UK cities including London not as 'smart' as global counterparts - 12:30

Plants detect bacterial endotoxin in similar process to mammals - 12:30

Stress markers in unemployed linked to poor health - 12:30

Step change for screening could boost biofuels - 12:01

Cloudy, with a wisp of liquid rock: Clouds around exoplanets analyzed - 12:01

Mystery solved: Why seashells' mineral forms differently in seawater - 11:40

Nice to sniff you: Handshakes may engage our sense of smell - 11:40