Science Daily

Tuesday the 31st of August 2010

Tiny rulers to measure nanoscale structures - 11:21

Newly discovered protein gets to the roots of obesity and osteoporosis - 11:21

Our lungs are 'innately prone' to silicosis and related diseases, new study suggests - 11:21

Reading Arabic isn't easy, brain study suggests - 11:21

Extensive relict coral reef found in southern Pacific - 10:14

Shifting ozone hole exposed South America to more ultraviolet light in 2009 - 10:14

Using underground clues to determine past atmospheric heat - 10:14

Archaeological study shows human activity may have boosted shellfish size - 10:14

The bright red of cardinals means less in urban areas - 10:14

Why some Americans believe Obama is a Muslim - 10:14

Exploring the health benefits of increased physical activity in schoolchildren from different socio-educational backgrounds - 10:14

Study into teenage diet quality, physical activity and lifestyle characteristics shows the need to encourage better behaviours - 10:14

Moderate coffee consumption improves aortic distensibility in hypertensive elderly individuals, study finds - 10:14

Study shows increased risk of heart attack from physical exertion at altitude and low temperatures during winter sports vacations - 10:14

Hospitals face legal dilemma if they test incapacitated patients after needle accidents - 09:28

Verbal feedback gets pupils thinking - 09:28

Stress resilience returns with feeling for rhythm - 09:28

Brain uses eyes to pick up things: Unraveling the calculations - 09:28

Children raised by gay couples show good progress through school, study finds - 09:28

Dry lake bed salts promote cloud formation - 09:28

Characterizing channels for transport of melt in mantle - 09:28

Understanding volcanism and tectonic activity in Yellowstone and the Pacific Northwest - 09:28

Complexities of aquifer systems impede reaction rate estimates - 09:28

Marathon running is unlikely to cause long-term heart damage, German study shows - 08:21

Ultra-endurance athletes suffer no cardiac fatigue, even after six days of non-stop exercise, Swedish study finds - 08:21

Ultra-endurance running may not be good for the heart, study suggests - 08:21

Major study finds no evidence that statins cause cancer - 08:21

PTSD and dementia: More study needed to determine why veterans with PTSD are more at risk than others - 08:21

Heart attacks jump in young Italian women, study finds - 08:21

Super ALICE ushers in a new wonderland of green computing - 08:21

Migration does not bring happiness, study suggests - 08:21

Cardiac adaptation in elite female athletes - 08:21

Marine animals suggest evidence for a trans-Antarctic seaway - 08:21

Monday the 30th of August 2010

School-based intervention successfully lowers drinking rates in at risk children - 23:35

Better treatment of atrial fibrillation and its risks - 23:35

Stopping colon cancer by activating anti-cancer genes - 23:35

Social isolation worsens cardiac arrest effects on heart regulation - 23:35

African-Americans have higher risk for blood clots after receiving drug-coated stent, study finds - 23:35

Vulnerability in commercial quantum cryptography - 23:35

New genomic marker for tuberculosis may help identify patients who will develop the disease - 23:35

Microfluidic device allows collection, analysis of hard-to-handle immune cells - 23:35

Use of certain antiviral drugs during pregnancy not linked with higher risk of major birth defects, study suggests - 23:35

Step toward a new sunscreen? Plant agents show promise in preventing skin cancer - 23:35

Scientists succeed in filming organs and joints in real time using magnetic resonance imaging - 23:35

Roots of gamblers' fallacies and other superstitions: Causes of seemingly irrational human decision-making - 23:35

Hybrid protein tools developed for gene cutting and editing - 23:35

Study points to key genetic driver of severe allergic asthma - 23:35

Neuronal diversity makes a difference, research finds - 23:35

Adult mammary stem cells in mice identified and isolated for first time - 23:35

Networks -- not size -- give cities competitive advantage - 23:35