Science Daily

Wednesday the 29th of October 2014

Physicists' simple solution for quantum technology challenge - 04:01

Co-opting bacterial immune system to turn off specific genes - 04:01

Ancient auditory illusions reflected in prehistoric art? - 04:01

'Reverse engineering' materials for more efficient heating and cooling - 04:01

Blood test may help diagnose pancreatic cancer - 04:01

How do we punish norm violators? - 04:01

Do financial experts make better investments? - 04:01

Identifying the biological clock that governs female fertility - 04:01

Ciliopathies: New insights into development - 04:01

Lithium injections show promise for optimizing the performance of fusion plasmas - 04:01

Compensation and punishment: 'Justice' depends on whether or not we're a victim - 04:01

Mushroom extract, AHCC, helpful in treating HPV - 04:01

Baby boomers and scoliosis: Osteoporosis a risk factor - 04:01

Genetic variants influence a person's response to statins found - 04:01

Using radio waves to control the density in a fusion plasma - 04:01

Helping upgrade the U.S. power grid: Advanced power-conversion switch - 04:01

Laser experiments mimic cosmic explosions and planetary cores - 04:01

Postcards from the plasma edge: How lithium conditions the volatile edge of fusion plasmas - 04:00

Breathe easier: Get your vitamin D - 04:00

European consensus on methodological recommendations for clinical studies in rare cancers - 04:00

Improving breast cancer chemo by testing patient's tumors in a dish - 04:00

Governments should take active lead to create healthy food environments to prevent cardiovascular disease - 04:00

Giant tortoises gain a foothold on a Galapagos island - 04:00

Identifying 'stance taking' cues to enable sophisticated voice recognition - 04:00

Glacier song: Studying how water moves through glaciers - 04:00

Fewer women than men receive hemodialysis treatment - 04:00

Pair bonding reinforced in the brain: Zebra finches use their specialized song system for simple communication - 04:00

Can the wave function of an electron be divided and trapped? - 04:00

NASA Wallops preparations on track for tonight’s Orbital Sciences launch to International Space Station - 04:00

NASA statement regarding Oct. 28 Orbital Sciences Corp. Launch mishap - 04:00

Tuesday the 28th of October 2014

How cells know which way to go - 04:02

Feathers in flight inspire anti-turbulence technology - 04:02

New nanodevice to improve cancer treatment monitoring - 04:02

Record data transmission over a specially fabricated fiber demonstrated - 04:02

Brain development in utero observed by researchers - 04:02

Organizational needs often forgotten in developing countries’ IT education - 04:02

The Ebola epidemic: Is there a way out? - 04:02

Ethnic groups at higher risk for heart disease, yet many aren't aware - 04:02

People with mental health disorders twice as likely to have heart disease or stroke - 04:02

Newly donated blood reduces complications from heart surgery, study shows - 04:02

Chest radiation to treat childhood cancer increases patients' risk of breast cancer - 04:02

Scientist spends nine months in max-security prison to learn how prisons manage mental illness in inmates - 04:02

How staph infections elude the immune system - 04:02

Obese youth with leukemia more likely to have persistent disease - 04:02

Pain intensity can predict head and neck cancer survival - 04:02

Persistent pain estimated in 19 percent of U.S. Adults - 04:02

Zero gravity experiments on the International Space Station shed some light on thermodiffusion effects - 04:02

A GPS from the chemistry set - 04:02

Insightful mathematics for an optimal run - 04:02

Diabetes patients report better outcomes with improved physician accessibility - 04:02