Newswise - Scinews

Tuesday th 6th of May 2008

Leading Scientist to be New Executive Director of Canada's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics - 16:21

New Cell-Based Sensors Sniff Out Danger Like Bloodhounds - 15:36

Finding the Real Potential of No-Till Farming for Sequestering Carbon - 12:35

When Bears Steal Human Food, Mom's Not to Blame - 12:35

Life without TORC Is One Big Struggle - 11:28

Shpyrko receives APS organization's Young Investigator Award - 11:28

Unmanned Aircraft to Study Southern California Smog and its Consequences - 08:28

Nobel Laureate Gerard 't Hooft at Canada's Perimeter Institute - 08:28

Anita Borg Institute Auctions Lunch Meeting with SDSC Director Fran Berman - 08:28

Monday th 5th of May 2008

Dinosaur Bones Reveal Ancient Bug Bites - 16:21

RFID Testbed Rapidly Assesses New Antenna Designs - 16:21

Trouble in Paradise: Warming a Greater Danger to Tropical Species - 16:21

There's a Hole in My -- and in the Data as Well! - 13:22

65-Million-Year-Old Asteroid Impact Triggered a Global Hail of Carbon Beads - 11:28

Record-etting Laser May Aid Searches for Earthlike Planets - 08:28

Apples, Apple Juice Shown to Prevent Early Atherosclerosis - 08:28

Sunday th 4th of May 2008

Earthwatch and HSBC Fight Climate Change--One 'Branch' at a Time - 23:28

Saturday th 3rd of May 2008

Rice Plants That Resist Uptake of Arsenic Could Ease Shortage - 04:21

Friday th 2nd of May 2008

Diatoms Discovered to Remove Phosphorus from Oceans - 14:28

Full Spectrum of Chemistry to be Served by State-of-the-Art Building - 10:21

Biologists Are from Mars, Chemists Are from Venus? - 08:28

Fate of Nanoparticles Depends on Water Carrying Them - 08:28

Thursday th 1st of May 2008

Managing Risk in an Increasingly Hazardous World - 15:35

Riccardo Giacconi to Receive National Inventors Hall of Fame's Lifetime Achievement Award - 14:28

Birdsongs Give Insights Into Learning New Behaviors - 13:21

Spiraling Nanotrees Offer New Twist on Growth of Nanowires - 13:21

Oxygen Depletion: A New Form of Ocean Habitat Loss - 13:21

Fulbright Academy of Science & Technology Adds New Board Members - 11:28

Iowa State-ConocoPhillips Collaboration Advances 26 Research Projects in First Year - 11:28

Oceanography Research Pegs ID of Red Tide Killer - 11:28

The Sweet World of Soil Microbiology - 10:21

Officers Elected to Fill Scientific Society Boards - 10:21

Researcher Develops Model to Track E. coli in Charles River - 10:21

Story Tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, May 2008 - 10:21

Supercomputer to Simulate Extreme Stellar Physics - 10:21

Geochemist Challenges Key Theory Regarding Earth's Formation - 09:35

Raymond Laflamme Receives Prestigious "Premier's Discovery Award" - 08:28

Appelbaum Wins DEPSCoR Grant for Spintronics Research - 08:28

Chemical Engineer Honored for Exexcellence in Catalysis - 08:28

Chemicals From Teflon, Scotchgard Found in Human Breast Milk - 04:21

Wednesday th 30th of April 2008

Early Humans from East Africa Were Equipped to Dine on Hard Foods but Preferred a Softer Fare - 19:28

Heat Transfer Between Materials Is Focus of New Research Grant - 16:42

Scientists Find Rings of Jupiter Are Shaped in Shadow - 15:35

Simulations May Explain Nanoparticles 'Pinned' to Graphene - 13:52

STScI and JHU Astronomer Adam Riess Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 13:52

Compact Galaxies in Early Universe Pack a Big Punch - 13:52

UT Southwestern's Mangelsdorf Elected to National Academy of Sciences - 13:52

The American Bison Can Thrive Again - 13:52

Argonne's Crabtree Elected to National Academy of Sciences - 13:52

Atmospheric Scientist to Lead Climate Change Impacts Research for White House - 13:52