Science Daily

Tuesday the 5th of February 2013

Mitochondrial mutations: When the cell's two genomes collide - 15:00

Pushing boundaries of virtual reality - 15:00

New modeling approach transforms imaging technologies - 15:00

Giving transplanted cells a nanotech checkup - 14:30

Samoan obesity epidemic starts at birth - 14:30

Light-emitting nano triangles may have applications in optical technology - 14:30

Tendency to fear is strong political influence - 14:30

Some omega-3 oils better than others for protection against liver disease - 14:00

Gold nanoparticle can transport powerful radioactive particles directly to tumors for treatment - 13:30

Early breast cancer diagnosis, survival rates low in rural India - 13:30

It actually is better (and healthier) to give than to receive, study finds - 13:30

Evidence moles can smell in stereo - 13:30

Using single quantum dots to probe nanowires - 13:30

Twenty-one minutes to marital satisfaction: Minimal intervention can preserve marital quality over time - 13:30

A spiral galaxy with a secret - 13:30

Injection-free vaccination technique could address global vaccine challenge for HIV, malaria - 13:00

New 'retention model' explains enigmatic ribbon at edge of solar system - 13:00

Twenty NASA balloons studying the radiation belts - 13:00

Dinosaur footprints at NASA Goddard take another step - 13:00

Hubble catches the moment the lights went out - 13:00

Antibody hinders growth of Gleevec-resistant gastrointestinal tumors in lab tests - 12:31

Scientists design mouse with more human-like immune response - 12:31

Cells predict onset of graft-versus-host disease in men receiving bone marrow transplants from female donors - 12:31

Damaged blood vessels loaded with amyloid worsen cognitive impairment in Alzheimer's disease - 12:31

Researchers develop Rx for deafness, impaired balance in mouse model of Usher syndrome - 12:31

Vitamin C supplements linked to kidney stones, Swedish study finds - 12:31

Klondike, puppy born from a frozen embryo, fetches good news for endangered animals - 12:31

Stroke damage in mice overcome by training that 'rewires' brain centers - 12:30

Researchers spot attention deficits in babies who later develop autism - 12:00

Hoodoos: Key to earthquakes? - 10:30

Study finds incentive price for reducing HIV risk in Mexico - 09:30

Study shows high risk and impact of stroke after vascular surgery - 09:30

Exercise may slow development of diabetic nerve pain - 09:30

Drinking milk can prevent garlic breath, study finds - 09:30

A little tag with a large effect: How the epigenetic marker 5-hydroxymethylcytosine is interpreted by neural cells - 09:30

1990s drop in New York City crime not due to CompStat, misdemeanor arrests, analysis finds - 09:30

Blowing hot and cold: U.S. belief in climate change shifts with weather - 09:30

New criteria for automated preschool vision screening - 09:01

AB blood type strong risk factor for venous blood clots - 09:00

Birds in Asia may need a hand to weather climate change - 08:30

Could the humble sea urchin hold the key to carbon capture? - 08:00

Stress symptoms in midlife predict old-age disability, study shows - 07:30

High risk of cardiovascular diseases amongst Swedish-born and immigrant MS patients - 07:30

Hydro beats nuclear and coal, beats oil and gas, review finds - 07:30

Shame about past alcoholism predicts relapse and declining health in recovering alcoholics - 07:30

Mix-and-match cover cropping can optimize organic production, USDA scientists say - 07:30

Little House books' Mary Ingalls probably did not go blind from scarlet fever, study says - 07:30

System uses video surveillance cameras to alert security agents of dangerous situations - 07:30

The armchair as a fitness trainer - 07:30

3-D printing breakthrough with human embryonic stem cells - 07:30