Science Daily

Wednesday the 28th of January 2015

News from the depths: A new cave-dwelling flatworm species from the Brazilian savanna - 13:30

Picture this: Technology tightens focus on who's watching women - 13:30

Did genetic links to modern maladies provide ancient benefits? - 13:30

New protein detonates 'invincible' bacteria from within - 13:30

Breakthrough in terahertz spectroscopy - 13:30

Elucidating the origin of MDR tuberculosis strains - 13:30

The two faces of Mars: Moon-sized celestial object crashed into south pole - 13:30

Demystifying nanocrystal solar cells - 13:30

Mobile apps take students into the laboratory - 13:30

Holes in valence bands of nanodiamonds discovered: Potential catalysts for splitting water - 13:30

What's happening with your donated specimen? - 13:30

Slope on ocean surface lowers sea level in Europe - 13:00

New biological evidence reveals link between brain inflammation and major depression - 13:00

Nordic marine scientists: Showcasing growing pressure on oceans? - 13:00

Communication key when dealing with aging parents - 13:00

Bike-to-work events offer chance to explore barriers to cycling - 13:00

Eyeglasses that turn into sunglasses -- at your command - 13:00

How to make your New Year's resolution last one year, not one month - 12:30

Pacemakers with Internet connection, a not-so-distant goal - 12:30

Children feel most positively about mothers who respect their autonomy - 12:00

Satellite study identifies water bodies important for biodiversity conservation - 12:00

Hygiene practices affect contact lens case contamination - 12:00

Ocean acidification changes balance of biofouling communities - 11:30

Dutch babies trump US peers in laughing, smiling, cuddling - 11:30

Seeing selves as overweight may be self-fulfilling prophecy for some teens - 11:30

Cell mechanism discovered that may cause pancreatic cancer - 11:30

Urban sprawl promotes worm exchange across species - 11:30

Some older cancer patients can avoid radiotherapy, study finds - 11:30

'Healthy' fat tissue could be key to reversing type 2 diabetes - 11:30

Game theory explains social interactions of cancer cells - 11:00

New method for identifying most aggressive childhood cancers - 11:00

From bacterium to biofactory - 11:00

Communication is key to emergency department success, new study says - 11:00

New instrument to study the extreme universe -- the X-Ray polarimeter X-Calibur - 11:00

'Knobby terrain' a sign of Mars's explosive past - 10:30

Research projects contribute to shaping EU regulation to control invasive species - 10:30

Into the dark: Two new encrusting anemones found in coral reef caves - 10:30

Ballooning offers platform for performing research in a space-like environment - 10:30

Researchers capture, document first northern saw-whet owl in Arkansas - 10:00

Antibiotics as new cancer treatments? Conversation with schoolgirl sparks idea - 10:00

Blind beetles show extraordinary signs of sight - 10:00

Researchers use sound to slow down, speed up, and block light - 10:00

Crude oil conspiracy theories could be right: Oil is often the reason for interfering in another country's war - 09:00

Nanoscale mirrored cavities amplify, connect quantum memories - 09:00

The mouth of the beast: VLT images cometary globule CG4 - 09:00

Tuesday the 27th of January 2015

Researchers tune friction in ionic solids at the nanoscale - 22:30

Psychopathic Violent Offenders’ Brains Can’t Understand Punishment - 22:30

Sugary drinks linked to earlier onset of menstrual periods - 22:00

Spider electro-combs its sticky nano-filaments - 22:00

That's using your head: Brain regulates fat metabolism, potentially stopping disease - 16:20