Newswise - Scinews

Monday th 3rd of February 2020

Extinction is difficult to prove for Earth's ultra-rare species - 13:30

Making High-Temperature Superconductivity Disappear to Understand Its Origin - 13:30

Exposing a virus's hiding place reveals new potential vaccine - 12:30

Rutgers Experts Available to Discuss Mild January, Low Snowfall in N.J. - 12:30

Study Highlights Importance of Cellular Substrates and Physical Environment as Determinants to Cell Migration - 12:30

Past climate safe havens now most vulnerable - 11:30

One-Stop Addiction Support Services: Study Highlights Value of Recovery Community Centers - 11:30

Flickering Light Mobilizes Brain Chemistry That May Fight Alzheimer's - 11:30

A material benefit to society, Sandia scientist elected AAAS fellow - 11:30

New deep learning model can accurately identify sleep stages - 11:30

Research sheds light on the evolutionary puzzle of coupling - 11:30

Computer model mines medicines - 10:40

Save Your Soybeans and Corn, Iowa's 'Goldilocks' Period Won't Last - 09:40

UCLA Expert available for comment on public health issues tied to brushfires and climate change - 09:40

Ceevra mobile 3D visualization platform adopted by renowned urologic oncology surgeon Dr. James Porter - 09:40

Researchers Take Body Armor to the Next Level with High Energy Fibers - 09:40

NUS discovery: Butterflies can acquire new scent preferences and pass these on to their offspring - 09:40

Allen Institute for Cell Science Extends Agreement with Coriell Institute for Medical Research - 09:40

Burning to understand - 09:40

Early Life Experiences Biologically and Functionally Mature the Brain, New Research Shows - 09:40

Great American Prairies - the most endangered ecosystem on Earth? - 09:10

DIII-D Researchers Use Machine Learning to Steer Fusion Plasmas Near Operational Limits - 07:40

Friday th 31st of January 2020

The Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) Announces its Annual Life Science and Technology Awards - 16:30

MTU virologist offers insight on how coronavirus chemistry helps us understand its spread - 15:30

Nanospirals that form as molten metals solidify could be key to new materials--and even invisibility - 14:40

Ultra-high energy events key to study of ghost particles - 13:40

Can exercise improve video game performance? - 13:40

The first potentially invasive species to reach the Antarctica on drifting marine algae - 12:40

Simulations Identify Importance of Atomic-Level Distortions in Certain Fuel Cell Materials - 11:50

Breaking Through Computational Barriers to Create Designer Proteins - 11:50

A Viral Gold Rush - 11:50

If You Want to Catch More Light, Twist It - 11:50

Half-Quantum Step Toward Quantum Advantage - 11:50

Stretched to the Limit and Sparkling on Curved Surfaces - 11:50

CFN Staff Spotlight: Xiaohui Qu Bridges the Data Science-Materials Science Gap - 10:30

Protecting our Northern Border with the Slash CameraPole - 10:30

Wuhan coronavirus links origin to wild animals, says wildlife epidemiology expert - 09:30

Thursday th 30th of January 2020

UW's new broadcast meteorology course is first on West Coast - 20:50

Science Snapshot From Berkeley Lab - a biocompatible material that turns up the heat on antibacterial-resistant diseases - 20:50

Saving the Planet, One Drop at a Time - 18:40

Cornell co-leads effort to use big data to combat catastrophes - 17:40

Outcomes published following Iowa State workshop discussing land use, infrastructure issues within Mississippi River watershed - 16:40

Lost in translation: Organic matter cuts plant-microbe links - 16:40

In Cuba, Cleaner Rivers Follow Greener Farming - 16:10

Machine learning technique speeds up crystal structure determination - 16:10

UAlbany Atmospheric Scientist Leads $2 Million Project to Study Hurricane Intensity - 16:10

A Quantum of Solid - 15:10

Researchers make critical advances in quantifying methane released from the Arctic Ocean - 15:10

FSU experts available to discuss coronavirus - 15:10

Trees might be 'aware' of their size - 15:10