Science Daily

Wednesday the 12th of May 2010

Doctors interrupted at work give shorter and poorer care to patients, study finds - 22:31

Tunable terahertz wire laser - 22:31

Vaccination reduces burden of childhood rotavirus disease - 22:31

Study overturns decade-old findings in neurobiology: Research suggests potential target for drugs to combat alcohol addiction - 22:31

Why is breast milk best? It's all in the genes - 22:31

Stem cells: In search of a master controller - 22:31

'Safe' cigarettes are as hazardous as tobacco, researchers demonstrate - 22:31

Insects not 'hard-wired': Young male crickets grow larger in the presence of abundant male song - 22:31

Music aids Alzheimer's patients in remembering new information - 22:31

New fingermark analysis technique can give extra suspect details - 22:31

Mirror neuron system functions normally in individuals with autism - 22:31

New project aims for fusion ignition: Ignitor reactor could be world’s first to reach major milestone - 22:31

Response to vaccines could depend on your sex, researchers find - 22:31

What makes world's strongest animal -- the tiny copepod -- so successful? - 22:30

Giving sweet solutions to children before immunization reduces pain, study finds - 22:30

New plastic-like materials may say 'shhhh' to hush disease-causing microbes - 22:30

Angiogenesis inhibitors are safe cancer drugs despite hypertension risk, panel concludes - 22:30

Investigating how spiders spin their silk, researchers unravel a key step - 22:30

Rate of childhood peanut allergies more than tripled from 1997 to 2008 - 22:30

New water-splitting catalyst: Researchers expand list of potential electrode materials that could be used to store energy - 22:30

Violent teenage girls fail to spot anger or disgust in others’ faces - 22:30

Sum of digits of prime numbers is evenly distributed: New mathematical proof of hypothesis - 22:30

Rare toxic algae identified - 22:30

New insights into how deadly amphibian disease spreads and kills - 22:30

Generic drug may be potential treatment for deadly brain cancer - 22:30

Most distant galaxy cluster revealed by invisible light - 22:30

Spiders at the nanoscale: Molecules that behave like robots - 13:20

A woman's touch: Physical contact increases financial risk taking - 07:21

Brightest X-ray machine in world probes molecules - 07:21

Stem cells use GPS to generate proper nerve cells - 07:20

Killer seaweed: First proof that chemicals from seaweeds damage coral on contact - 07:20

Infectious diseases caused two-thirds of the nearly 9 million child deaths globally in 2008 - 07:20

Using light to inscribe tiny nanoscale plastic parts - 07:20

Genetic pattern that predicts leukemia relapse discovered - 07:20

Rare disease in Amish children sheds light on common neurological disorders - 07:20

Mechanism that may stop E. coli from developing in cattle identified - 07:20

Schizophrenia: Regular exercise guidelines still apply - 07:20

NASA's declining research facilities could prevent agency from meeting important mission goals, report finds - 07:20

For comfort, mom's voice works as well as a hug - 07:20

Safer alternative to laser eye surgery? - 07:20

Quantum move toward next generation computing - 07:20

Biofuel chemistry more complex than petroleum, say researchers - 07:20

Rapid prenatal test for alpha-thalassemia - 07:20

High-dose vitamin D linked with increased risk of falls, fractures among older women - 07:20

50-year-old laser is only just getting started, physicists say - 06:20

Volcanic ash in Meridiani Planum - 06:20

Downside of marriage for women: The greater a wife’s age gap from her husband, the lower her life expectancy - 06:20

Tuesday the 11th of May 2010

New technology lowers cost for groundwater contaminant sensors - 23:21

Many pregnant women not getting enough vitamin D: Prenatal vitamins help, but are not enough for everyone - 23:21

New insights into genomics of speciation - 23:21