Science Daily

Monday th 3rd of December 2018

Borophene advances as 2D materials platform - 14:31

Study takes stand on true health benefits of getting up out of your chair - 14:31

The 'best prospect' for ensuring success in demanding roles - 14:30

Utility customers overestimate cost savings with energy-conservation plans - 14:30

Boys with social difficulties most susceptible to early substance use - 14:30

Can predictive analytics help banks, consumers avoid overdraft issues? New study says, yes - 14:30

New quantum materials could take computing devices beyond the semiconductor era - 14:10

Scientists use EEG to decode how people navigate complex sequences - 14:10

Plant cells inherit knowledge of where's up and where's down from mother cell - 14:10

Pulses of sinking carbon reaching the deep sea are not captured in global climate models - 14:10

One in four patients say they've skimped on insulin because of high cost - 14:10

Macroscopic phenomena governed by microscopic physics - 13:40

A Mediterranean diet in pregnancy is associated with lower risk of accelerated growth - 13:40

Global warming increases frost damage on trees in Central Europe - 13:40

Nanoscale tweezers can perform single-molecule 'biopsies' on individual cells - 13:40

Genetic background of autistic spectrum disorders with stem cell dysfunction - 13:40

New laboratory system allows researchers to probe the secret lives of queen bees - 13:40

New drug combination could be more effective against melanoma - 13:40

Will light be the basis for quantum computing? - 12:50

Epigenetic map may pave way for new therapeutic solutions to hearing loss - 12:50

The secret contamination of polar bears - 12:50

In death, Lonesome George reveals why giant tortoises live so long - 12:50

First jellyfish genome reveals ancient beginnings of complex body plan - 12:50

Essential oils from garlic and other herbs kill 'persister' Lyme disease bacteria - 12:50

A new approach to studying the flu - 12:50

New dataset expands understanding of Arctic Spring Bloom - 12:50

Artificial intelligence for studying the ancient human populations of Patagonia - 12:20

Combination of space-based and ground-based telescopes reveals more than 100 exoplanets - 12:20

Prescribed burning not as damaging as previously thought - 12:20

LIGO and Virgo announce four new gravitational-wave detections - 11:53

Linguistic study finds 'the I's have it' when it comes to education rates - 11:53

Graphene unlocks new potential for 'smart textiles' - 11:53

Light-induced changes in photosensory proteins - 11:30

Not in the DNA: Epigenetics discovered in single-celled archaea - 11:30

Solving 21st-century problems requires skills that few are trained in, scientists find - 11:30

Wild yeasts may hold key to better wines from warmer climates - 11:30

New two-year data show 39 percent patients treated with CAR T remain in remission - 11:00

Learning to read comes at a cost - 11:00

Why a curious crustacean could hold secret to making renewable energy from wood - 09:00

Scientists call for eight steps to increase soil carbon for climate action and food security - 09:00

Undercover investigation: Socio-economic survey of pangolin hunting in Assam, India - 09:00

Bonus for superior snoozing: Students who meet 8-hour sleep challenge do better on finals - 09:00

Toxic flame retardants are in children's car seats - 09:00

Saltier waterways are creating dangerous 'chemical cocktails' - 09:00

Importance of good sleep routines for children - 09:00

Running a marathon can increase cardiac strain in amateur runners - 09:00

Billions of nanoplastics accumulate in marine organisms within six hours - 09:00

Salt-evolved zooplankton grow too slowly to block salt-induced algal blooms - 09:00

Sunday th 2nd of December 2018

Epileptics in high-crime neighborhoods have three times as many seizures - 19:10

Saturday th 1st of December 2018

Global trial shows CAR T therapy can lead to durable remissions in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma - 13:10