Science Daily

Monday the 25th of August 2014

Predicting aggressive lymphoma - 15:31

Cold snap in the tropics: How tropical glaciers respond to cooling periods - 15:31

Lung cancer rarely detected by current X-ray procedures - 15:31

Being overweight causes hazardous inflammations - 15:31

Early lineage segregation during early mammalian heart development defined by researchers - 15:31

Creation of a highly efficient technique to develop low-friction materials - 15:31

Medicaid reimbursements may affect cancer screening rates among beneficiaries - 15:31

'Robo Brain' will teach robots everything from the Internet - 15:31

Train your heart to protect your mind - 15:31

Physics research removes outcome unpredictability of ultracold atomic reactions - 15:31

New approach to identify 'drivers' of cancer developed - 15:31

Deploying exosomes to win a battle of the sexes - 15:31

Home sweet home: Does where you live impact student success? - 15:31

Social norms of electronic cigarette use by teenagers studied - 15:31

Changes in eye can predict changes in brain - 15:31

Large-scale study focuses on heavy smokers - 15:31

Nursing home care improves with culture change - 15:31

World's first ZigBee-based inter-satellite comms system - 15:30

APOB, a gene involved in lipid transport, linked to cases of familial extreme longevity - 15:30

Scientists grow an organ in an animal from cells created in lab - 15:30

Anticipating experience-based purchases more enjoyable than material ones - 15:30

Latino children make greatest gains in North Carolina Pre-K - 15:30

Navigation system used by cancer, nerve cells, uncovered by scientists - 15:30

Expectant parents' play with doll predicts later parenting behavior - 15:30

Biomimetic photodetector 'sees' in color - 15:30

Promise in automated reasoning, hypothesis generation over complete medical literature - 15:30

Learning by watching, toddlers show intuitive understanding of probability - 15:30

Knee surgery not needed for mild osteoarthritis, experts say - 15:30

Yellow pigment in eye may aid vision through haze - 15:30

Racial, ethnic stereotypes may contribute to obesity among minorities - 15:30

New gluten-free ingredient may cause allergic reaction, expert warns - 15:30

Increased risk of stroke in people with cognitive impairment - 15:30

Fortifying condiments, seasonings for use in countries with widespread micronutrient deficiencies - 15:30

Organic vs. paid advertising? Inside the mind of an online browser - 15:30

Social welfare may fall in a more ethical market - 15:30

Natural methane seepage on U.S. Atlantic ocean margin widespread - 15:30

Zombie ant fungi 'know' brains of their hosts - 15:30

Sweet! Glycocongugates are more than the sum of their sugars - 15:30

Taung Child's brain development not human-like? CT scan casts doubt on similarity to that of modern humans - 15:30

A long childhood feeds the hungry human brain - 15:30

Evolutionary history of honeybees revealed by genomics - 01:31

Simply complex: The origin of our body axes - 01:31

Signatures of selection inscribed on poplar genomes - 01:31

Mimicking natural evolution with 'promiscuous reactions' to improve the diversity of drugs - 01:31

Repurposing anti-depressant medication to target medulloblastoma - 01:31

Cutting emissions pays for itself, study concludes - 01:31

Driving brain rhythm makes mice more sensitive to touch - 01:31

Bioengineers close to brewing opioid painkillers without using opium from poppies - 01:31

Are you as old as what you eat? Researchers learn how to rejuvenate aging immune cells - 01:31

Haven't my neurons seen this before? What happens in the brain with familiar pictures? - 01:30