Science Daily

Friday th 26th of October 2018

Testing cells for cancer drug resistance - 20:40

Mutations in yeast and alcohol - 20:40

Brainwave activity reveals potential biomarker for autism in children - 20:40

Tampering with cellular fats holds great promise - 20:40

Humans help robots learn tasks - 20:40

Fruit fly study challenges theories on evolution and high-carb diets - 20:40

New driverless car technology could make traffic lights and speeding tickets obsolete - 20:40

Study explains why tall individuals are more prone to cancer - 20:40

Cappuccino made with jackfruit seed flour has chocolate aroma - 20:40

Link between what we see and how we remember 'breaks' as we get older - 20:40

Financial education key to reducing student loan stress - 20:40

How Canadian and Californian rainbow trout respond to higher temps - 20:40

Sales staff recommend more round-shaped products for obese customers - 16:10

Bioactive novel compounds from endangered tropical plant species - 16:10

Highly efficient wet-processed solar cells with molecules in the same orientation - 16:10

Ecologists ask: Should we be more transparent with data? - 16:10

Five out of five? Study reveals psychological influences in online reviews - 16:10

Climate change impact in Mediterranean region - 16:10

Sex, drugs and estradiol: Why cannabis affects women differently - 16:10

Do neonicotinoids inhibit the development of anti-predatory behaviors in wood frogs? - 15:40

Large cells for tiny leaves - 15:40

Shielded quantum bits - 15:40

Location of large mystery source of banned ozone depleting substance uncovered - 15:40

Turning cells against pancreatic cancer - 15:40

Getting the most out of atmospheric data analysis - 14:20

Plant polymers do not always act together to make beautiful shapes - 14:20

Earth's dust cloud satellites confirmed - 13:50

A new therapeutic avenue for treating insomnia - 13:50

'Navigator' neurons play critical role in sense of smell - 13:50

A black bear playbook: Conservationists predict bear/human conflict hot-spots in new study - 13:50

You are the company you keep -- A new screening method detects direct biomolecule interactions - 13:50

Patient care in chemical and biological attacks - 13:50

Animal migration requires both movement corridors and food - 13:50

Easier treatment for blinding eye disease shows promise in clinical trial - 13:20

New composite material that can cool itself down under extreme temperatures - 13:20

K-core is a predictor of structural collapse in mutualistic ecosystems - 12:20

The ghost of Cassiopeia - 11:20

DNA 'dances' in first explanation of how genetic material flows through a nucleus - 11:20

New role for protein could lead to novel treatments for cancer and vascular disease - 11:20

Fighting mosquitoes in your backyard with scientists' help - 11:20

Surprising network activity in the immature brain - 11:20

Students in health enrichment programs benefit from early team-based exposure - 11:20

Study breaks Förster resonant energy transfer (FRET) distance limit - 11:20

Low cost, energy-saving radiative cooling system ready for real-world applications - 11:20

High on the highway -- stoned-driving on the increase - 10:50

Gut microbiota products can favor diabetes - 10:50

How the brain decides what to learn - 10:00

Link between DNA-protein binding, cancer onset identified - 10:00

When it comes to respiratory effects of wood smoke, sex matters - 10:00

Novel combination therapy promotes wound healing - 09:30