Science Daily

Saturday the 30th of October 2010

Donor race may impact recurrent hepatitis C in liver transplant patients - 11:30

Miniature human livers created in the lab - 11:30

Low birth weight may lead to poor growth rate in children with kidney disease - 08:30

Seagrass faring better than world's vertebrate species - 08:30

High level of practical intelligence a factor in entrepreneurial success - 08:30

Paradise lost -- and found: Researchers unearth ancient water secrets at royal garden dig - 08:30

Low elevations hold climate surprises for mountain plants - 08:30

Halloween safety tips for families: Precautions you should take to keep your children safe - 08:30

Jekyll-Hyde microRNA binding variant linked to improved outcome in early-stage colorectal cancer - 08:30

Tagged narwhals track warming near Greenland - 08:30

Human induced pluripotent stem cells generated to further treatments for lung disease - 08:30

Friday the 29th of October 2010

Most preschool-age children exceed daily screen time recommendations, new study suggests - 19:30

Shuttle mice to boost disease research: Experiment on last flight of Discovery will probe spaceflight-induced immune-system impairment - 18:30

Spice in curry could prevent liver damage - 16:30

Bed rest can harm, instead of help, in pregnancy complications, research suggests - 15:30

Dracula orchids and goblin spiders - 15:30

Raising giant insects to unravel ancient oxygen - 14:30

Wartime urologic injuries require different mindset - 13:30

Women with anorexia nervosa more likely to have unplanned pregnancies, study finds - 13:30

Troubled islands: Hurricanes, oil spill and sea level rise - 13:30

Newly discovered gene enables fish to 'disappear' - 13:30

Study links fresh Mars gullies to carbon dioxide - 13:30

Not putting the clocks back this weekend would improve health, says expert - 13:30

Cancer: Key mechanism in the control of cell motility revealed - 13:30

Is the shape of a genome as important as its content? - 13:30

Space radar provides a taste of Comet Hartley 2 - 12:30

Tighter regulations recommended on food advertisements during children's TV viewing times - 12:30

New system for monitoring electricity use heralds greener homes and cheaper bills - 12:30

Olive oil protects liver from oxidative stress, rat study finds - 12:30

Papyrus research provides insights into 'modern concerns' of ancient world - 11:30

Discus fish parent young like mammalian mothers - 11:30

New insights into the development of epithelial cells - 11:30

Atlantic sea turtle population threatened by egg infection - 11:30

Researchers use math, maps to plot malaria elimination plan - 08:30

Is the ice at the South Pole melting? Gravity field satellites observe Antarctic ice mass fluctuations due to El Niño - 08:30

Thursday the 28th of October 2010

North Sea oil recovery using carbon dioxide is possible, but time is running out, expert says - 23:30

Wild Scottish sheep could help explain differences in immunity - 23:30

Emotion processing in brain is influenced by color of ambient light, study suggests - 23:30

Making better biosensors with electron density waves - 23:30

Brain's journey from early Internet to modern-day fiber optics: Computer program shows how brain's complex fiber tracks mature - 23:30

A single interaction affects the way a child seeks information, study finds - 23:30

Better detection for diagnostics and biochemical defense - 23:30

Green tea of no use in breast cancer prevention, large study finds - 23:30

The unhealthy ego: What can neuroscience tell us about our 'self'? - 23:30

Cone of poison: The secret behind the cone snail's venom pump - 23:30

Certain cancer therapies' success depends on presence of immune cell, mouse study shows - 23:30

Friends with cognitive benefits: Mental function improves after certain kinds of socializing - 21:20

Kidney transplant numbers increase for elderly patients - 21:20

How cancer-related proteins lose inhibition: Finding may lead to better understanding and earlier detection of breast cancer - 21:20

Potential new treatment for deadly Nipah and Hendra viruses; May also lead to new treatments for measles, mumps and influenza - 21:20