Science Daily

Wednesday the 23rd of March 2011

Road traffic pollution doubles risk of rejection after lung transplant - 19:30

Gene responsible for severe skin condition identified in research on epilepsy drug side-effect - 18:30

Coronary artery calcium scans may help lower heart disease risk without increasing tests and costs - 18:30

Bird embryo provides unique insights into development related to cancer and wound healing - 18:30

In vivo systems biology: Using computer models, systems biologists can predict complicated behavior of cells in living animals - 18:30

Chemist develops technique to use light to predict molecular crystal structures - 17:30

Does belief in free will lead to action? - 17:30

Glimpse of how the 'code' of life may have emerged - 16:30

First French bulldog with sex reversal identified in Spain - 16:30

'Knowing it in your gut' is real - 16:30

Larger female hyenas produce more offspring - 15:31

Two new targets for melanoma therapies - 15:31

First look at the full multiple myeloma genome reveals new insights, discoveries - 15:31

How lung cancers evolve in response to targeted treatment - 15:31

New method for preparation of high-energy carbon-carbon double bonds - 15:31

Epigenomic findings illuminate veiled variants: Study assigns meaning to regions beyond genes with implications for studies of common diseases - 15:31

Zebrafish model of human melanoma reveals new cancer gene - 15:31

Basketry from Peru's Huaca Prieta - 15:31

Self-strengthening nanocomposite created - 14:30

Researchers find cardiac pacing helps epilepsy patients with ictal asystole - 14:30

NASA's Juno spacecraft completes thermal vacuum chamber testing - 14:30

Cassini finds Saturn sends mixed signals - 14:30

Monitoring peccaries in Brazil benefits wildlife, local communities and food security - 14:30

Tree resin captures key evidence of current and ancient insect invasions - 11:31

First image of protein residue in 50-million-year-old reptile skin - 10:30

Tuesday the 22nd of March 2011

European coastal pollution is harmful to seals, study finds - 23:31

Hippocampal volume and resilience in posttramatic stress disorder - 23:31

Gaps in U.S. health care limit options for older adults, expert says - 23:31

Good news for meat lovers: Most ready-to-eat meat products contain very few cancerous compounds, study finds - 23:31

Beetle explorers name new species for Roosevelt - 23:31

'New' welfare reforms in UK hark back to Victorians, historian argues - 23:31

Rapid etching X-rayed: Physicists unveil processes during fast chemical dissolution - 23:31

Envy holds back agricultural development, study suggests - 23:31

Can non-medical factors trigger sick leave? - 23:30

Restricted working hours for new doctors have had little effect in US - 23:30

EU trade deal threatens access to life saving drugs for developing countries, experts warn - 22:30

Patients and clinicians must share healthcare decisions, say experts - 22:30

Deciphering developmental disorders: New project aims to unlock genetic changes behind disorders in one in 100 births - 18:30

Developing strategies in a desert watershed that sustain regional water supplies - 18:30

Experimental radioprotective drug safe for lung cancer patients, says study - 18:30

Metabolic abnormalities in obese teens may relate to poor diets - 18:30

Despite uncertain benefit, fibrates commonly used in US, Canada - 18:30

Hydrocortisone therapy for trauma patients associated with reduced hospital-acquired pneumonia risk - 18:30

Number of child diarrhea deaths can be halved with current interventions, experts say - 18:30

The killer within: A novel bacterial suicide mechanism - 18:30

Digital versus analog control over cortical inhibition in the brain - 18:30

Youth at risk for obesity show greater brain activity in response to food - 18:30

Load up on fiber now, avoid heart disease later - 18:30

Discovery in liver cancer cells provides new target for drugs - 18:30

Occasional physical, sexual activity associated with short-term increased risk of heart attack - 17:30