Science Daily

Tuesday the 18th of October 2016

Risk-taking behavior in teens caused by imbalanced brain activity - 09:43

Ancient hominid 'hanky panky' also influenced spread of STIs - 09:43

Bait worms are a valuable marine resource - 09:43

Scientist creates most efficient quantum cascade laser ever - 09:43

Finding ideal materials for carbon capture - 09:43

Ready for Mars: ExoMars has just a single chance to get captured by Mars’ gravity - 09:43

'Shadow method' reveals locomotion secrets of water striders - 09:43

Leukemia cell movement gives clues to tackling treatment-resistant disease - 09:43

Nanowires as sensors in new type of atomic force microscope - 09:43

Researchers road-test powerful method for studying singlet fission - 09:43

'Super yeast' has the power to improve economics of biofuels - 09:43

Beyond genes: Protein atlas scores nitrogen fixing duet - 09:43

Estrogen signaling impacted immune response in cancer - 09:43

Human sex reversal as a protein numbers game - 09:43

Will millennials ever get married? - 09:43

Making of a desert: Central Asia over the ages - 09:43

Team finds order in a process previously assumed to be random - 09:43

Smartphone microscope creates interactive tool for microbiology - 09:43

In crafting new treatments for hemophilia, a 'less is more' approach - 09:43

Patients unsuitable for LASIK could benefit from vision correction surgery using intraocular lenses - 09:43

Oncoproteins interact to promote cancer cell growth in retinoblastoma - 09:43

Here's how young people decide when they're drunk 'enough,' according to math - 09:43

Evaluating forecasting models for predicting rainfall from tropical cyclones - 09:43

The healing potential of crab shells - 09:43

'Robomussels' used to monitor climate change - 09:42

Scientists develop a semiconductor nanocomposite material that moves in response to light - 09:42

Fracking wastewater is mostly brines, not human-made fracking fluids - 09:42

How animals sense the rate of temperature change - 09:42

Biocompatible fibers to use light to stimulate cells or sense signs of disease - 09:42

Local fidelity key to ocean-wide recovery of humpback whales - 09:42

Does weed help you sleep? Probably not - 09:42

Astronomers predict possible birthplace of Rosetta-probed comet 67P - 09:42

Insight into sleep's role in schizophrenia offers potential treatment path - 09:42

Eureka! Gender affects how we judge competence, genius - 09:42

Researchers identify new imaging findings, treatment for patients with Parsonage-Turner Syndrome - 09:42

NASA's MAVEN mission gives unprecedented ultraviolet view of Mars - 09:42

Monday the 17th of October 2016

Physicists pass spin information through a superconductor - 09:01

All-female hybrid fish species 'uses' males for better genetics - 09:01

Towards increasingly personalized fracture risk assessment - 09:01

Cold medicine could stop cancer spread, study shows - 09:01

Bad relationships increase risk of infection in both mother and child - 09:01

Boys more exposed to relational bullying - 09:01

Computers should be named on patents as inventors, for creativity to flourish - 09:01

Embryonic white blood cells needed in adulthood - 09:01

Two studies describe the function of PrPc, the 'good' alter ego of prions - 09:01

Earthquake series cause uplift variations at continental margins - 09:01

Want to optimize those 10,000 (or fewer) steps? Walk faster, sit less - 05:21

Diamonds aren't forever: Team creates first quantum computer bridge - 05:21

Knowingly taking placebo pills eases pain, study finds - 05:21

California condors' genetic bottleneck: New evidence - 05:21