Newswise - Scinews

Tuesday th 24th of June 2008

Studies of Cell Traits Nets Big Award for Researcher - 11:21

Engineering Students' Airplane Research Is Crystal Clear - 08:14

Monday th 23rd of June 2008

To Find Out What's Eating Bats, Biologist Takes to Barn Rooftops - 18:20

Database Shows Effects of Acid Rain on Microorganisms in Adirondack Lakes - 18:20

New Process Brings Nanoparticles Into Focus - 18:20

Gene Silencer and Quantum Dots Reduce Protein Production to a Whisper - 18:20

"No Simple Answer" to Role of Science in U.S.-Middle East Relations, Expert Says - 18:20

U.S., Arab Journalists Have Much to Learn From Each Other - 18:20

Celestial Clues Hint at Eclipse in Homer's Odyssey - 18:20

Machinima's Movie Moguls - 18:20

Three Engineers, Hundreds of Robots, One Warehouse - 18:20

Physicists Recognized for Research Accomplishments - 12:14

Star of Arkansas Makes Prestigious List of World's Fastest Supercomputers - 12:14

Students Join Science Team to Chase and Capture Tornado Data - 11:28

Automated Microchip Reduces Genetic Screening Time - 09:14

Project to Advance Radar, Communications Systems - 08:28

Professor Awarded $5.6 Million NIH Grant to Develop Therapeutics Against Deadly Viruses - 08:28

Saturday th 21st of June 2008

Chronic Grief Activates Pleasure Areas of the Brain - 19:14

Friday th 20th of June 2008

When It Comes to Female Red Squirrels, It Seems Any Male Will Do - 11:21

Mayfly-Mimicking Sensor Could be High Tech 'Canary in the Coal Mine' - 11:21

A Novel X-ray Source Could be Brightest in the World - 10:14

Air Travelers, Astronomers Stand to Benefit from Research on Atmospheric Turbulence - 08:21

First Plant Disease Clinic to Aid Farmers Opened in Bangladesh - 04:35

Thursday th 19th of June 2008

Iron Isotopes in Lava Lake Point to Possible Ways to Trace Planetary Origins - 13:28

Microscopic "Clutch" Puts Flagellum in Neutral - 13:28

Researchers Confirm Benzene-like Electron Delocalization - 12:21

Flood Experts at Iowa State University - 08:14

NIH Funds Highway Pollution & Health Study in Boston, Somerville - 08:14

Wednesday th 18th of June 2008

Lifestyle Can Alter Gene Activity, Lead to Insulin Resistance - 23:14

Stay Or Go? Researchers Discover One Controller of Cell Movement - 16:28

Exciton-Based Circuits Eliminate a 'Speed Trap' Between Computing and Communication Signals - 16:28

Science Magazine Features Profs' Research on Antarctica - 14:14

Black Holes Have Simple Feeding Habits - 14:14

Worm-like Marine Animal Providing Fresh Clues About Human Evolution - 14:14

Chemistry Professor Receives NSF CAREER Award - 14:14

Argonne's Supercomputer Named World's Fastest for Open Science, Third Overall - 13:28

Newly Born Identical Twin Stars Show Surprising Differences - 12:21

Calif., Conn., Mo. and N.J. Students Named to 2008 U.s. Chemistry Olympiad Team - 10:28

Web Site Following Archaeologists to the Bottom of Mut Temple's Sacred Lake - 08:35

World-Class Environment Vision to "Bring Back the Species" - 08:35

New Technology May Prevent Vitamin B12 Deficient Seniors and Vegetarians from Needing Injections - 08:35

Tuesday th 17th of June 2008

Steroids in Female Mouse Urine Light Up Male Nose Nerves - 16:28

Researcher Seeks to Protect Muscles of Astronauts - 16:28

Iodine Helps Kelp Fight Free Radicals and May Aid Humans, Too - 14:35

Scientists Discover DNA Knot Keeps Viral Genes Tightly Corked Inside Shell - 13:28

San Diego Region's First Science Festival to be Launched March 2009 - 12:21

Efficiency Experts Seek to Save Precious Minutes in Deploying Ambulances - 09:21

Conference on Sustaining the Science and Engineering Workforce - 04:28

Monday th 16th of June 2008

Media Registration Opens for Acs National Meeting in Philadelphia, Aug. 17-21 - 16:28

Web Site Shows Daily Tornadoes Across the Country - 16:28