Science Daily

Wednesday the 17th of December 2014

How breast cancer cells break free to spread in body - 17:31

National model of restoration: Nine Mile Run - 17:31

Rx drugs, 'bath salts,' fake pot and laundry pods lead millions to call poison centers - 17:31

Scientists open new frontier of vast chemical 'space': As proof-of-principle, the team makes dozens of new chemical entities - 17:30

'Perfect storm' quenching star formation around a supermassive black hole - 17:30

Multiple allergic reactions traced to single protein - 17:30

Ancient, hydrogen-rich waters deep underground around the world: Waters could support isolated life - 17:30

Colorado River Delta greener after engineered pulse of water - 17:30

Microscopy pencils patterns in polymers at the nanoscale - 17:30

Short-necked Triassic marine reptile discovered in China - 17:30

Australia's coastal observation network may aid in understanding of extreme ocean events - 17:30

Policy action urgently needed to protect Hawaii's dolphins - 17:30

Surprising theorists, stars within middle-aged clusters are of similar age - 17:30

Lens-free microscope can detect cancer at cellular level - 17:30

Satellite sees holiday lights brighten cities - 17:30

49 percent of patients withhold clinically sensitive information - 17:30

Satellites measure increase of Sun's energy absorbed in the Arctic - 17:30

Switching to spintronics: Electric field switching of ferromagnetism at room temperature - 17:30

Fluctuations in women's weight happens monthly, naturally - 01:01

Can returning crops to their wild states help feed the world? - 01:01

Ebola virus spreads in social clusters - 01:01

Introverts could shape extroverted co-workers' career success, study shows - 01:01

Probing bacterial resistance to a class of natural antibiotics - 01:01

Low-glycemic index carbohydrate diet does not improve cv risk factors, insulin resistance - 01:01

Effectiveness of drugs to prevent hepatitis among patients receiving chemotherapy - 01:01

Mild memory, thinking issues: What works, what doesn't? - 01:01

Real-time radiation monitor can reduce radiation exposure for medical workers - 01:01

Big-data analysis reveals gene sharing in mice - 01:01

More than half of all children in US will likely live with an unmarried mother - 01:00

How information moves between cultures - 01:00

Biologist reveals how whales may 'sing' for their supper - 01:00

Kids' cartoon characters twice as likely to die as counterparts in films for adults: Content on a par with 'rampant horrors' of popular films - 01:00

Are video gaming systems a safe Christmas present? - 01:00

When you lose weight, where does the fat go? - 01:00

Thumbs-up for mind-controlled robotic arm - 01:00

Abundance of microplastics in the world's deep seas - 01:00

Tuesday the 16th of December 2014

MESSENGER data suggest recurring meteor shower on Mercury - 19:00

NASA data underscore severity of California drought - 19:00

Women's age at first menstrual cycle linked to heart disease risk - 17:31

Most patients don't get counseling about sex after heart attack - 17:31

Feeling younger than actual age meant lower early death rate for older people, study finds - 17:31

Shame on us: Toward defining basic emotions - 17:31

Long noncoding RNAs: Novel prognostic marker in older patients with acute leukemia - 17:31

Dental plaque reveals key plant in prehistoric Easter Island diet - 17:31

Switching to vehicles powered by electricity from renewables could save lives - 17:31

Cost of cloud brightening for cooler planet revealed - 17:31

NASA Voyager: 'Tsunami wave' still flies through interstellar space - 17:31

To sleep, perchance to dream of a cure - 17:31

New technology directly reprograms skin fibroblasts for a new role - 17:31

E-cigarettes surpass tobacco cigarettes among teens - 17:31