Science Daily

Monday the 16th of July 2012

Laser treatment improves appearance in burn scars, study shows - 13:00

Human eye inspires clog-free ink jet printer - 13:00

Record-breaking laser shot: National Ignition Facility fires off 192 laser beams delivering more than 500 trillion watts - 13:00

Lab-engineered muscle implants restore function in animals - 10:00

Engineering technology reveals eating habits of giant dinosaurs - 10:00

Tool created to track real-time chemical changes in brain - 09:10

TV habits predict kids' waist size and sporting ability - 09:10

Brain power shortage: Applying new rules is mentally taxing and costly - 09:10

Sunday the 15th of July 2012

Differences between human twins at birth highlight importance of intrauterine environment - 19:20

large-animal biocontainment laboratory needed to protect animal and public health, experts urge - 14:00

Critical cell in fighting E. coli infection identified - 14:00

Elegant delivery: Sophisticated technique for delivering multiple cancer treatments may solve frustrating hurdle for combinatorial drug therapies - 14:00

Disruption of cytoskeleton pathways contribute to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis pathogenesis - 14:00

Unique properties of graphene lead to a new paradigm for low-power telecommunications - 14:00

Saturday the 14th of July 2012

Mechanical engineers develop an 'intelligent co-pilot' for cars - 00:00

Friday the 13th of July 2012

Poisons on public lands put wildlife at risk - 23:00

How to make global fisheries worth five times more - 23:00

Mutation in gene IDH a possible target for AML treatment - 23:00

Getting amped: Instrument for exploring the cosmos and the quantum world created - 16:00

New tech for complex micro structures for use in sensors and other apps - 14:00

How cells degrade aberrant membrane proteins - 13:00

Questionnaire completed by parents may help identify one-year-olds at risk for autism - 13:00

In the mind of the psychopath - 13:00

New proteins to clear the airways in cystic fibrosis and COPD - 13:00

Giving time can give you time - 10:00

Advanced drug testing method detects 'spice' drugs - 09:01

Many more elderly people could benefit from drugs to prevent heart disease - 09:01

Advertisers could target online audiences more efficiently with personality scale - 09:01

Want to lose weight? Keep a food journal, don't skip meals and avoid going out to lunch - 09:01

Chemicals in personal care products -- phthalates -- may increase risk of diabetes in women - 09:00

Copper's previously unknown exit strategy from the body - 09:00

Nuclear weapons' surprising contribution to climate science - 09:00

Salt cress genome yields new clues to salt tolerance - 09:00

Glasses-free 3-D TV looks nearer: Multiple-perspective method could beat holography in short term - 08:00

Thursday the 12th of July 2012

Messy experiment cleans up cornstarch and water mystery - 23:00

Controlling your computer with your eyes - 23:00

Love thy neighbor, unless they are The Weakest Link - 23:00

Obese kids as bright as thinner peers - 23:00

Childhood trauma linked to adult smoking for girls - 23:00

Vaccines backfire: Veterinary vaccines found to combine into new infectious viruses - 17:00

Large, medically important class of proteins starts to yield its secrets - 17:00

Early human ancestor, Australopithecus sediba, fossils discovered in rock - 17:00

First ever videos of snow leopard mother and cubs in dens recorded in Mongolia - 17:00

For romantic partners left out of a meal, lunch is not 'just lunch' - 16:00

Stress management training may help reduce disease activity in multiple sclerosis - 16:00

Alzheimer's plaques in PET brain scans identify future cognitive decline - 16:00

Blue-fluorescent molecular nanocapsules created by simple mixing 'green-environmentally friendly' metal ions and bent organic blocks - 16:00

Finished heart switches stem cells off - 16:00

Stimulant marketed as 'natural' in sports supplement actually of synthetic origin, study suggests - 16:00

Tamarisk biocontrol efforts get evolutionary boost - 16:00