Science Daily

Thursday th 1st of November 2018

Unique immunity genes in one widespread coral species - 15:50

Mystery of the 'bird from Atlantis' solved - 15:20

Children who experience violence early in life develop faster - 15:20

Chemists develop safe alternatives to phthalates used in plastics - 15:20

Zika circulates among wild animals in the Americas, making eradication nearly impossible - 15:20

New study finds evidence of brain injuries in football players at surprisingly young age - 15:20

People link body shapes with personality traits - 14:50

Bioluminescent substance discovered in Brazilian cave worm larva - 14:50

Long-term prognosis of Chagas patients improved with anti-parasite drug - 14:50

Quantum on the edge: Light shines on new pathway for quantum technology - 14:50

Fatal measles case highlights importance of herd immunity in protecting the vulnerable - 14:20

With a little help from their friends - 14:20

A shortcut in the global sulfur cycle - 13:50

Zebrafish larvae help in search for appetite suppressants - 13:50

'Cryptic' interactions drive biodiversity decline near the edge of forest fragments - 13:50

High exposure to radio frequency radiation associated with cancer in male rats - 13:50

Glutamine metabolism affects T cell signaling and function - 13:50

Immigration to the United States changes a person's microbiome - 13:50

How invading jumping genes are thwarted - 13:50

RNA defects linked to multiple myeloma progression in high risk patients - 13:50

Neuroscientists find molecular clue in ALS, suggesting potential new drug target - 13:21

Review reveals ambiguous understanding of genetic privacy in US study participants - 13:21

Baby-naming trends reveal ongoing quest for individuality - 13:21

Domestic violence is widely accepted in most developing countries, new study reveals - 13:21

Mycoplasma pathogens sneaking past our line of defense - 13:21

Hubble reveals cosmic Bat Shadow in the Serpent's Tail - 13:21

Cooling 'brains on fire' to treat Parkinson's - 13:21

Reducing US coal emissions through biomass and carbon capture would boost employment - 13:21

Yangtze dams put endangered sturgeon's future in doubt - 13:21

Earliest recorded lead exposure in 250,000-year-old Neanderthal teeth - 12:50

Ballistic beetles seek safety in numbers by sheltering with other species - 12:50

Signs of interactive form of quantum matter observed - 12:50

Diagnosing and treating personality disorders needs a dynamic approach - 12:50

Half of women over 50 experience incontinence, but most haven't talked to a doctor, poll finds - 12:50

Can wearable technology identify irregular heart rhythms? - 12:50

Watching whales from space - 12:50

Roadmap for filling the gaps in forest pollinator research - 12:50

Workers without paid sick leave endure significant financial worries - 12:50

Childhood antibiotics and antacids may be linked to heightened obesity risk - 12:00

Don't underestimate the force - 12:00

Babies born at home have more diverse, beneficial bacteria, study finds - 12:00

Karate kicks keep cockroaches from becoming zombies, wasp chow - 12:00

Major corridor of Silk Road already home to high-mountain herders over 4,000 years ago - 12:00

What happened in the past when the climate changed? - 12:00

Buckling down on child car seat use in ride-share vehicles - 12:00

Origin of an isolated bird species on South Atlantic island - 12:00

A record-long polymer DNA negative - 12:00

Location of wastewater disposal drives induced seismicity at US oil sites - 11:30

Amyloid assemblies once believed to be toxic found to play key role in muscle generation - 11:30

Empathetic machines favored by skeptics but might creep out believers - 11:30