Science Daily

Wednesday th 2nd of August 2017

New simulations could help in hunt for massive mergers of neutron stars, black holes - 13:52

Exoplanet shines with glowing water atmosphere - 13:52

Anthrax: A hidden threat to wildlife in the tropics - 13:52

Early gene-editing success holds promise for preventing inherited diseases - 13:52

Exposure to toxins in e-cig vapor varies depending on scenario - 11:52

Lighting the way: Sensors show drug uptake - 11:52

Logic circuits with diamond-based transistors - 11:52

An end to cavities for people with sensitive teeth? - 11:52

An app for the perfect selfie - 11:52

The nitty-gritty behind how onions make you cry - 11:52

Bone loss after denosumab, only partial protection with zoledronate - 11:52

Neurobiology: Use it or lose it - 11:52

System automatically retouches cellphone images in real-time - 11:52

Cicada wings may inspire new surface technologies - 11:52

'Sherlock' and the case of narrative perception - 11:52

Catalysts efficiently and rapidly remove BPA from water - 11:52

Pneumonia or sepsis in adults associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease - 11:22

Europe's most dangerous pathogens: Climate change increasing risks - 11:22

Risk of a fatty heart linked to race, type of weight gain in middle-aged women - 11:22

Zika infections unlikely to be passed by kissing, casual contact - 10:52

Pregnancy loss and the evolution of sex are linked by cellular line dance - 10:52

Puzzling pockets of rock deep in Earth's mantle explained - 10:52

Gamblers more likely to have suffered childhood traumas - 10:52

Climate change could put rare bat species at greater risk - 10:52

Solar glasses generate solar power - 10:52

Loss of 350 miles of Great Plains streams causing changes in aquatic food web - 10:52

Engineers harness the power of 3-D printing to help train surgeons, shorten surgery times - 10:52

Research and design for carbon quantum dots catalysts - 10:52

Babies of kidnapped brides suffer, too - 10:52

Most prescribed opioid pills go unused, study confirms - 10:52

Hypertensive women may benefit most from drugs that directly block the action of the hormone aldosterone - 10:22

Changes in biodiversity: Better assessment - 10:22

Smaller, smarter, softer robotic arm for endoscopic surgery - 10:22

Historical wildlife trends reliable for predicting species at risk - 10:22

Microscopic body snatchers infest our oceans - 10:22

Clarifiying complex chemical processes with quantum computers - 10:22

Pennsylvania snowshoe hares differ from those in Yukon - 09:52

How do dads fit in? Engaging fathers in family-centered early intervention services for children - 09:22

Baby fish exercising, a surprising source of adaptive variation in fish jaws - 09:22

Food fight: Children's temperaments help predict dinnertime struggles - 09:22

It's not just what you eat, it's what's eating you - 09:22

What flowers looked like 100 million years ago - 09:22

Lifelike 3-D cinematic imaging promises numerous medical uses - 08:52

Deadly fungus affecting hibernating bats could spread during summer - 08:52

New avenue for precision cancer treatment discovered - 08:52

Big data points humanity to new minerals, new deposits - 08:52

Update on the Larsen-C iceberg breakaway - 08:52

Millions may face protein deficiency as a result of human-caused carbon dioxide emissions - 08:52

Riding the wave: Controlling high frequency sound waves - 08:52

Vascular risk factors and Alzheimer’s disease: A new therapeutic opportunity? - 08:52