Science Daily

Monday th 8th of April 2019

Spying on cells' eating habits could aid cancer diagnosis - 13:20

Too much of a good thing? High doses of vitamin D can lead to kidney failure - 13:20

New technique cuts AI training time by more than 60 percent - 13:20

Using artificial intelligence to understand collective behavior - 13:20

Relationship benefits can be seen in your eyes - 13:20

Robots created with 3D printers could be caring for those in golden years - 13:20

Behavioral ecology: Personalities promote adaptability - 12:50

Specific criteria needed for different types of myeloma - 12:50

Decline in physical activity often starts as early as age 7 - 12:50

What most attracts us to a tourist destination? Attractions, culture and gastronomy - 12:50

Revolutionary camera allows scientists to predict evolution of ancient stars - 12:50

New pathways for sustainable agriculture - 12:50

Beer and fodder crop has been deteriorating for 6,000 years - 12:50

New computer-aided model may help predict sepsis - 11:30

Dietary supplement boosts cognitive function in vegetarians - 11:30

Performance-enhancing drugs may increase risk of teen cocaine abuse, impair fertility - 11:30

Antioxidants protect cells from harmful water contaminant - 11:30

Slug glue reveals clues for making better medical adhesives - 11:30

Melting glaciers causing sea levels to rise at ever greater rates - 11:30

Observing a molecule stretch and bend in real-time - 11:04

New biologically derived metal-organic framework mimics DNA - 11:04

Climate change impacts peatland CO2 gas exchange primarily via moisture conditions - 10:40

Hello, kitty: Cats recognize their own names, according to new Japanese research - 10:40

Discovery of a restriction factor for hepatitis B virus - 10:40

Immune cells fighting blood cancer visualized for the first time - 10:40

From spinal cord injury to recovery - 10:40

Laying the ground for robotic strategies in environmental protection - 10:10

Could eating garlic reduce aging-related memory problems? - 10:10

Insecurities may drive people to save more - 10:10

Official stats mask shark and ray species caught in the Mediterranean and Black seas - 10:10

High-capacity transmission over multi-core fiber link with 19-core optical amplifier - 10:10

Are you with me? New model explains origins of empathy - 09:41

Current methods may inadequately measure health impacts from oil, natural gas extraction - 09:41

Cancer drug shortages result in almost no treatment changes - 08:50

New study explains why drinking alcohol causes the munchies - 08:20

Researchers 3D print metamaterials with novel optical properties - 07:50

People under 40 diagnosed with type 2 diabetes face excess risk of cardiovascular disease, death - 07:50

Immune cells key to predicting cancer outcomes, research suggests - 07:50

All microbes and fungi on the International Space Station catalogued - 07:50

Air temperatures in the Arctic are driving system change - 07:50

Sunday th 7th of April 2019

What the Finnish concept of sisu can offer the world - 14:20

New hope for preventing dangerous diabetes complication - 14:20

Exercise during pregnancy protects offspring from obesity - 14:20

Device-guided breathing lowers heart rate, sympathetic activity in people with PTSD - 14:20

Blocking opioid receptors could reduce hormone-therapy-fueled increases in sugar intake - 14:20

Food additive may influence how well flu vaccines work - 14:20

Real cost of heart attacks and strokes: Double the direct medical expense - 14:20

Sunscreen use could lead to better blood vessel health - 14:20

Experimental drug shows promise for opioid withdrawal symptoms - 14:20

Gum bacteria implicated in Alzheimer's and other diseases - 14:20