Science Daily

Thursday th 18th of September 2008

Protective Pathway In Stressed Cells Not So Helpful When It Comes To Prions - 07:49

Low-emission, High-performance Engine For Future Hybrids - 07:49

Genetic Profile Reveals Susceptibility To Cleft Palate - 07:49

Watch And Learn: Time Teaches Us How To Recognize Visual Objects - 07:49

Seize The Day! New Research Helps Tightwads 'Live A Little' - 07:49

Extremely Detailed Images From Inside The Body Possible With New Technology - 07:49

Later Treatment Of Acute Stroke Suggested By New Study - 07:49

Innovative Hydrogen-powered Car Created - 07:49

Genetic Variant Increases Risk Of Developing Malignant Melanoma - 07:49

Whale Songs Are Heard For First Time Around New York City Waters - 07:49

Mice Missing 'Fear' Gene Slow To Protect Offspring - 07:49

3-D Computer Processor: 'Rochester Cube' Points Way To More Powerful Chip Designs - 07:49

Earth Structure: Lowermost Mantle Has Materials With Unexpected Properties - 07:49

Embryonic Stem Cells Might Help Reduce Transplantation Rejection - 07:49

Why Some Primates, But Not Humans, Can Live With Immunodeficiency Viruses And Not Progress To AIDS - 07:49

New Music Software Can Create Accompaniment To Any Melody, In Style Of Any Artist - 07:49

Oil Palm Plantations Are No Substitute For Tropical Rainforests, New Study Shows - 07:49

Is Re-emerging Superbug The Next MRSA? - 07:49

Fantastic Photographs Of Fluorescent Fish - 07:49

Gene Therapy For Chronic Pain Gets First Test In People - 07:49

Breakthrough In Energy Storage: New Carbon Material Shows Promise Of Storing Large Quantities Of Renewable Electrical Energy - 07:49

Wednesday th 17th of September 2008

Parents Of Dying Newborns Need Clearer Explanation Of Options - 20:35

High Grain Prices Are Likely Here To Stay - 20:35

Factors Associated With Poor Weight Loss After Gastric Bypass Surgery Identified - 20:35

Drinking Water: The Need For Constant Innovation - 20:35

Migraine Linked To Blood Clots In Veins - 20:35

Nottingham Scientists To Develop Blood Test For Alzheimer’s - 20:35

Troubled Girls From Poor Neighborhoods More Likely To Have Sex In Early Adolescence - 20:35

New Results Help Predict Treatment Response In Colorectal Cancer - 20:35

Pregnant Women With Bulimia Have More Anxiety And Depression, Study Finds - 20:35

New Oral Drug Shrinks Lung Cancers Before Surgery, Researchers Report - 20:35

Significant Increase In Alien Plants In Europe Observed - 20:35

Move Over Mean Girls -- Boys Can Be Socially Aggressive, Too - 20:35

Blood Pressure Drug Combination Reduces Heart Attack Deaths - 20:35

Coating Improves Electrical Stimulation Therapy Used For Parkinson's, Depression, Chronic Pain - 20:35

Improving Our Ability To Peek Inside Molecules - 20:35

Children Who Are Concerned About Parents Arguing Are Prone To School Problems - 20:35

Developing Pea Varieties Tolerant Of Drought And Effects Of Climate Change - 20:35

Steroids Not As Effective In Obese Asthma Patients - 20:35

Capturing Replication Strategies Used By SARS Viruses In Their Bid To Spread - 20:35

Viral 'Magic Bullet' Targets Cancer Cells With Help Of New Compound - 20:35

Researchers Suppress 'Hunger Hormone' In Pigs: New Minimally Invasive Method Yields Result As Good As Bariatric Surgery - 20:35

Genetic Research Using Human Samples Requires New Types Of Informed Consent - 20:35

Scavenger Birds Chew The Fat - 20:35

Almost 7 Million Pregnant In Sub-Saharan Africa Infected With Hookworms - 20:35

Blanket Ban On Bushmeat Could Be Disastrous For Forest Dwellers In Central Africa, Says New Report - 20:35

New Leukemia Signal Could Point Way To Better Treatment - 20:35

Signals From Blood Of Mother Enhance Maturation Of Brain - 20:35

From Xbox To T-cells: Borrowing Video Game Technology To Model Human Biology - 20:35

Small Numbers Of Patients With Drug-resistant TB May Account For High Proportion Of New Infections - 20:35