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2012.05.10 18:09 frontbot 5pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/science

  1. We decoded the nature of the leaf. Artificial leaf can turn water into hydrogen energy and oxygen, powered by sunlight. sciencedaily.com comments science
  2. Stone-Throwing Chimp Is Back - researchers conclude that he deliberately engaged in deceptive concealment of the stones, and that this was a new, innovative behavior on his part. news.sciencemag.org comments science
  3. First-Ever Light From Earth-Like Planet Seen news.discovery.com comments science
  4. Chimpanzee Hides Stones to Throw at Zoo Visitors: PLoS One plosone.org comments science
  5. Archaeologists discover lost language - Evidence for a forgotten ancient language which dates back more than 2,500 years, to the time of the Assyrian Empire, has been found by archaeologists working in Turkey. phys.org comments science
  6. "Nano-alchemy" turns nickel into a platinum surrogate scienceblogs.com comments science
  7. Japanese scientists use particle accelerator to create salt-resistant rice extremetech.com comments science
  8. The past twelve months were the warmest 12 months in U.S. history according to NOAA's National Climatic Data Center wunderground.com comments science
  9. Free-floating planets in the Milky Way outnumber stars by factors of thousands phys.org comments science
  10. Storing short movie in a cloud of gas may lead to quantum memory kurzweilai.net comments science
  11. The end of Earth, the end of us, and the end of the universe extremetech.com comments science
  12. Reconstructing the origin and spread of horse domestication in the Eurasian steppe intl.pnas.org comments science
  13. Obese women are likelier to have children with lower cognitive function researchnews.osu.edu comments science
  14. Roulette beater spills physics behind victory newscientist.com comments science
  15. Why Some Languages Sound Faster than Others time.com comments science
  16. Swedish study casts doubt on ADHD: youngest children in school are 34% more likely to be diagnosed. Figures are from National Board of Health and Welfare, published in a major Swedish daily today. In Sweden children in school are classed by calendar year, those born in December are the youngest. dn.se comments science
  17. Parallel evolution - How repeatable is evolution? Not so long ago, the answer to this question would have told us as much about the scientist as it does about evolution: surveying the broad brush of biodiversity, the naturalist sees parallelism everywhere nature.com comments science
  18. Mini-Mammoth discovered nytimes.com comments science
  19. "Many cancers caused by 'treatable infections'": One in 6 globally. Differences between developed/developing nations. Analysis of the science and news coverage here. nhs.uk comments science
  20. Farm living boosts allergy resistance sciencenews.org comments science
  21. Flavonoid Compound Shown to Prevent Blood Clots, "Proved to be the most potently anti-thrombotic compound that we ever tested in this model.” scitechdaily.com comments science
  22. Emerging concepts: linking hypoxic signaling and cancer metabolism - In this report, the authors highlight the major themes of the Joint Keystone Symposia on Cancer and Metabolism and Advances in Hypoxic Signaling nature.com comments science
  23. Big Antarctic Ice Sheet Appears Doomed sciencenews.org comments science
  24. 11-million-year-old Giant panda’s cousin found in Spain sci-news.com comments science
  25. Silicon Nanospheres Could Be Building Blocks Of Optical Invisibility Cloaks technologyreview.com comments science
  26. Privacy law expert warns of the perils of social media and social reading sciencedaily.com comments science
  27. Quantum "Graviton" Particles May Resemble Ordinary Particles of Force scientificamerican.com comments science
  28. Part of James Webb Telescope (successor to Hubble) is shipping to the U.S. bbc.co.uk comments science
  29. Carnivorous plants employ services of bodyguard ants msnbc.msn.com comments science
  30. Scientists have discovered an enzyme that corrects the most common mistake in mammalian DNA. phys.org comments science
  31. ‘Hijacking’ cells that normally attack common infections to target cancer instead could offer the body a ready-made army against the killer disease medicalxpress.com comments science
  32. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed that movement in sand dune fields on the Red Planet occurs on a surprisingly large scale, about the same as in dune fields on Earth. Mars has a much thinner atmosphere than Earth sciencedaily.com comments science
  33. Stem cell shield 'could protect cancer patients' bbc.co.uk comments science
  34. Cannabis Use during Adolescence Affects Brain Regions Associated with Schizophrenia medicaldaily.com comments science
  35. Extreme insular dwarfism evolved in a mammoth rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org comments science
  36. Storing short movie in a cloud of gas may lead to quantum memory kurzweilai.net comments science
  37. A Shield Against Chemotherapy news.sciencemag.org comments science
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2012.05.10 17:08 frontbot 4pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/science

  1. We decoded the nature of the leaf. Artificial leaf can turn water into hydrogen energy and oxygen, powered by sunlight. sciencedaily.com comments science
  2. First-Ever Light From Earth-Like Planet Seen news.discovery.com comments science
  3. Stone-Throwing Chimp Is Back - researchers conclude that he deliberately engaged in deceptive concealment of the stones, and that this was a new, innovative behavior on his part. news.sciencemag.org comments science
  4. "Nano-alchemy" turns nickel into a platinum surrogate scienceblogs.com comments science
  5. Archaeologists discover lost language - Evidence for a forgotten ancient language which dates back more than 2,500 years, to the time of the Assyrian Empire, has been found by archaeologists working in Turkey. phys.org comments science
  6. Japanese scientists use particle accelerator to create salt-resistant rice extremetech.com comments science
  7. Storing short movie in a cloud of gas may lead to quantum memory kurzweilai.net comments science
  8. Chimpanzee Hides Stones to Throw at Zoo Visitors: PLoS One plosone.org comments science
  9. Reconstructing the origin and spread of horse domestication in the Eurasian steppe intl.pnas.org comments science
  10. Free-floating planets in the Milky Way outnumber stars by factors of thousands phys.org comments science
  11. Obese women are likelier to have children with lower cognitive function researchnews.osu.edu comments science
  12. Silicon Nanospheres Could Be Building Blocks Of Optical Invisibility Cloaks technologyreview.com comments science
  13. Flavonoid Compound Shown to Prevent Blood Clots, "Proved to be the most potently anti-thrombotic compound that we ever tested in this model.” scitechdaily.com comments science
  14. Why Some Languages Sound Faster than Others time.com comments science
  15. Parallel evolution - How repeatable is evolution? Not so long ago, the answer to this question would have told us as much about the scientist as it does about evolution: surveying the broad brush of biodiversity, the naturalist sees parallelism everywhere nature.com comments science
  16. Emerging concepts: linking hypoxic signaling and cancer metabolism - In this report, the authors highlight the major themes of the Joint Keystone Symposia on Cancer and Metabolism and Advances in Hypoxic Signaling nature.com comments science
  17. Swedish study casts doubt on ADHD: youngest children in school are 34% more likely to be diagnosed. Figures are from National Board of Health and Welfare, published in a major Swedish daily today. In Sweden children in school are classed by calendar year, those born in December are the youngest. dn.se comments science
  18. Mini-Mammoth discovered nytimes.com comments science
  19. Positive words carry less information than negative words dgarcia.eu comments science
  20. "Many cancers caused by 'treatable infections'": One in 6 globally. Differences between developed/developing nations. Analysis of the science and news coverage here. nhs.uk comments science
  21. Testosterone Levels in Infancy Are Determined by Environment counselheal.com comments science
  22. Chemical changes in hippocampus are early diagnostic clues for Alzheimer disease iospress.metapress.com comments science
  23. Facebook, Twitter activate brain's reward regions - self-disclosure feels as good as having sex or eating food medicaldaily.com comments science
  24. 11-million-year-old Giant panda’s cousin found in Spain sci-news.com comments science
  25. Human gut microbiomes appear in preliminary study to correlate significantly across national borders with diet news.sciencemag.org comments science
  26. Big Antarctic Ice Sheet Appears Doomed sciencenews.org comments science
  27. Farm living boosts allergy resistance sciencenews.org comments science
  28. Replacing the need for nimble fingers, researchers have demonstrated how to make origami using light of a specific wavelength phys.org comments science
  29. Silicon 'prism' bends gamma rays - physicsworld.com physicsworld.com comments science
  30. SBU Researchers Discover Significant Water Anomaly commcgi.cc.stonybrook.edu comments science
  31. GREAT Results of the Early Science Flights with SOFIA: Two interstellar molecular species detected sciguru.com comments science
  32. Quantum "Graviton" Particles May Resemble Ordinary Particles of Force scientificamerican.com comments science
  33. Carnivorous plants employ services of bodyguard ants msnbc.msn.com comments science
  34. ‘Hijacking’ cells that normally attack common infections to target cancer instead could offer the body a ready-made army against the killer disease medicalxpress.com comments science
  35. Ultra-cool companion helps reveal giant planets phys.org comments science
  36. Brittle Stars Move Like Humans Locomotion LiveScience livescience.com comments science
  37. Stem cell shield 'could protect cancer patients' bbc.co.uk comments science
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2012.05.10 16:08 frontbot 3pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/science

  1. We decoded the nature of the leaf. Artificial leaf can turn water into hydrogen energy and oxygen, powered by sunlight. sciencedaily.com comments science
  2. First-Ever Light From Earth-Like Planet Seen news.discovery.com comments science
  3. "Nano-alchemy" turns nickel into a platinum surrogate scienceblogs.com comments science
  4. Stone-Throwing Chimp Is Back - researchers conclude that he deliberately engaged in deceptive concealment of the stones, and that this was a new, innovative behavior on his part. news.sciencemag.org comments science
  5. Archaeologists discover lost language - Evidence for a forgotten ancient language which dates back more than 2,500 years, to the time of the Assyrian Empire, has been found by archaeologists working in Turkey. phys.org comments science
  6. Reconstructing the origin and spread of horse domestication in the Eurasian steppe intl.pnas.org comments science
  7. Japanese scientists use particle accelerator to create salt-resistant rice extremetech.com comments science
  8. Obese women are likelier to have children with lower cognitive function researchnews.osu.edu comments science
  9. Chimpanzee Hides Stones to Throw at Zoo Visitors: PLoS One plosone.org comments science
  10. Why Some Languages Sound Faster than Others time.com comments science
  11. Swedish study casts doubt on ADHD: youngest children in school are 34% more likely to be diagnosed. Figures are from National Board of Health and Welfare, published in a major Swedish daily today. In Sweden children in school are classed by calendar year, those born in December are the youngest. dn.se comments science
  12. Positive words carry less information than negative words dgarcia.eu comments science
  13. "Many cancers caused by 'treatable infections'": One in 6 globally. Differences between developed/developing nations. Analysis of the science and news coverage here. nhs.uk comments science
  14. Mini-Mammoth discovered nytimes.com comments science
  15. Silicon Nanospheres Could Be Building Blocks Of Optical Invisibility Cloaks technologyreview.com comments science
  16. Silicon 'prism' bends gamma rays - physicsworld.com physicsworld.com comments science
  17. Parallel evolution - How repeatable is evolution? Not so long ago, the answer to this question would have told us as much about the scientist as it does about evolution: surveying the broad brush of biodiversity, the naturalist sees parallelism everywhere nature.com comments science
  18. 11-million-year-old Giant panda’s cousin found in Spain sci-news.com comments science
  19. Emerging concepts: linking hypoxic signaling and cancer metabolism - In this report, the authors highlight the major themes of the Joint Keystone Symposia on Cancer and Metabolism and Advances in Hypoxic Signaling nature.com comments science
  20. Big Antarctic Ice Sheet Appears Doomed sciencenews.org comments science
  21. Farm living boosts allergy resistance sciencenews.org comments science
  22. Replacing the need for nimble fingers, researchers have demonstrated how to make origami using light of a specific wavelength phys.org comments science
  23. Testosterone Levels in Infancy Are Determined by Environment counselheal.com comments science
  24. SBU Researchers Discover Significant Water Anomaly commcgi.cc.stonybrook.edu comments science
  25. GREAT Results of the Early Science Flights with SOFIA: Two interstellar molecular species detected sciguru.com comments science
  26. Quantum "Graviton" Particles May Resemble Ordinary Particles of Force scientificamerican.com comments science
  27. Carnivorous plants employ services of bodyguard ants msnbc.msn.com comments science
  28. ‘Hijacking’ cells that normally attack common infections to target cancer instead could offer the body a ready-made army against the killer disease medicalxpress.com comments science
  29. Ultra-cool companion helps reveal giant planets phys.org comments science
  30. Brittle Stars Move Like Humans Locomotion LiveScience livescience.com comments science
  31. Stem cell shield 'could protect cancer patients' bbc.co.uk comments science
  32. Cannabis Use during Adolescence Affects Brain Regions Associated with Schizophrenia medicaldaily.com comments science
  33. Violent Experiences Make a Woman Have More Risky Sex counselheal.com comments science
  34. Block Its Recycling System, and Cancer Kicks the Can, According to New Penn Study uphs.upenn.edu comments science
  35. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed that movement in sand dune fields on the Red Planet occurs on a surprisingly large scale, about the same as in dune fields on Earth. Mars has a much thinner atmosphere than Earth sciencedaily.com comments science
  36. Nanosheet catalyst discovered to sustainably split hydrogen from water - traditional methods of producing pure hydrogen face significant challenges in unlocking its full potential, either by releasing harmful CO2 into the atmosphere or requiring rare and expensive chemical elements phys.org comments science
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2012.05.10 15:08 frontbot 2pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/science

  1. We decoded the nature of the leaf. Artificial leaf can turn water into hydrogen energy and oxygen, powered by sunlight. sciencedaily.com comments science
  2. First-Ever Light From Earth-Like Planet Seen news.discovery.com comments science
  3. "Nano-alchemy" turns nickel into a platinum surrogate scienceblogs.com comments science
  4. MIT: magnetically suspended 3D ball control system (super mouse) youtube.com comments science
  5. Obese women are likelier to have children with lower cognitive function researchnews.osu.edu comments science
  6. The Scale of the Universe htwins.net comments science
  7. Why Some Languages Sound Faster than Others time.com comments science
  8. Mini-Mammoth discovered nytimes.com comments science
  9. Archaeologists discover lost language - Evidence for a forgotten ancient language which dates back more than 2,500 years, to the time of the Assyrian Empire, has been found by archaeologists working in Turkey. phys.org comments science
  10. Swedish study casts doubt on ADHD: youngest children in school are 34% more likely to be diagnosed. Figures are from National Board of Health and Welfare, published in a major Swedish daily today. In Sweden children in school are classed by calendar year, those born in December are the youngest. dn.se comments science
  11. Parallel evolution - How repeatable is evolution? Not so long ago, the answer to this question would have told us as much about the scientist as it does about evolution: surveying the broad brush of biodiversity, the naturalist sees parallelism everywhere nature.com comments science
  12. Japanese scientists use particle accelerator to create salt-resistant rice extremetech.com comments science
  13. "Many cancers caused by 'treatable infections'": One in 6 globally. Differences between developed/developing nations. Analysis of the science and news coverage here. nhs.uk comments science
  14. Creating oil from plastic. New method costs only $10 to generate a barrel of oil. naturalnews.com comments science
  15. Chimpanzee Hides Stones to Throw at Zoo Visitors: PLoS One plosone.org comments science
  16. 11-million-year-old Giant panda’s cousin found in Spain sci-news.com comments science
  17. Farm living boosts allergy resistance sciencenews.org comments science
  18. Quantum "Graviton" Particles May Resemble Ordinary Particles of Force scientificamerican.com comments science
  19. ‘Hijacking’ cells that normally attack common infections to target cancer instead could offer the body a ready-made army against the killer disease medicalxpress.com comments science
  20. Carnivorous plants employ services of bodyguard ants msnbc.msn.com comments science
  21. Cannabis Use during Adolescence Affects Brain Regions Associated with Schizophrenia medicaldaily.com comments science
  22. Violent Experiences Make a Woman Have More Risky Sex counselheal.com comments science
  23. Block Its Recycling System, and Cancer Kicks the Can, According to New Penn Study uphs.upenn.edu comments science
  24. Angie the chimp undergoes revolutionary stem cell treatment tcpalm.com comments science
  25. Stem cell shield 'could protect cancer patients' bbc.co.uk comments science
  26. Antarctic octopuses 10,000km apart “genetically similar” supports studies indicating that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet could have collapsed during its history, possibly as recently as 200,000 years ago sciguru.com comments science
  27. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed that movement in sand dune fields on the Red Planet occurs on a surprisingly large scale, about the same as in dune fields on Earth. Mars has a much thinner atmosphere than Earth sciencedaily.com comments science
  28. Testosterone Levels in Infancy Are Determined by Environment counselheal.com comments science
  29. Stone-Throwing Chimp Is Back - researchers conclude that he deliberately engaged in deceptive concealment of the stones, and that this was a new, innovative behavior on his part. news.sciencemag.org comments science
  30. Silicon 'prism' bends gamma rays - physicsworld.com physicsworld.com comments science
  31. Invisibility cloaks that work for microwaves are easy to make using simple building blocks. Now engineers have created the equivalent building blocks for visible light technologyreview.com comments science
  32. SBU Researchers Discover Significant Water Anomaly commcgi.cc.stonybrook.edu comments science
  33. GREAT Results of the Early Science Flights with SOFIA: Two interstellar molecular species detected sciguru.com comments science
  34. Science .::KathaBuzz::. kathabuzz.com comments science
  35. Melting glaciers could liberate ancient microbes scientificamerican.com comments science
  36. [Scientific] research is riddled with systematic errors nature.com comments science
  37. Ultra-cool companion helps reveal giant planets phys.org comments science
  38. Brittle Stars Move Like Humans Locomotion LiveScience livescience.com comments science
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2012.05.10 11:08 frontbot 10am Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/science

  1. We decoded the nature of the leaf. Artificial leaf can turn water into hydrogen energy and oxygen, powered by sunlight. sciencedaily.com comments science
  2. First-Ever Light From Earth-Like Planet Seen news.discovery.com comments science
  3. "Nano-alchemy" turns nickel into a platinum surrogate scienceblogs.com comments science
  4. Obese women are likelier to have children with lower cognitive function researchnews.osu.edu comments science
  5. Mini-Mammoth discovered nytimes.com comments science
  6. New telescope to look further back in time than ever before bbc.co.uk comments science
  7. NASA rover driving again after staying put in 1 spot during Martian winter washingtonpost.com comments science
  8. Mark the date that you read this. Being right will comfort you in your cage. msnbc.msn.com comments science
  9. Quantum "Graviton" Particles May Resemble Ordinary Particles of Force scientificamerican.com comments science
  10. ‘Hijacking’ cells that normally attack common infections to target cancer instead could offer the body a ready-made army against the killer disease medicalxpress.com comments science
  11. Cannabis Use during Adolescence Affects Brain Regions Associated with Schizophrenia medicaldaily.com comments science
  12. Why Some Languages Sound Faster than Others time.com comments science
  13. Carnivorous plants employ services of bodyguard ants msnbc.msn.com comments science
  14. Violent Experiences Make a Woman Have More Risky Sex counselheal.com comments science
  15. Gamma Ray Lenses - who knew... theregister.co.uk comments science
  16. Block Its Recycling System, and Cancer Kicks the Can, According to New Penn Study uphs.upenn.edu comments science
  17. IMO, the best video on youtube youtube.com comments science
  18. Even orangutans can use iPads... and do wired.com comments science
  19. Stem cell shield 'could protect cancer patients' bbc.co.uk comments science
  20. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed that movement in sand dune fields on the Red Planet occurs on a surprisingly large scale, about the same as in dune fields on Earth. Mars has a much thinner atmosphere than Earth sciencedaily.com comments science
  21. Antarctic octopuses 10,000km apart “genetically similar” supports studies indicating that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet could have collapsed during its history, possibly as recently as 200,000 years ago sciguru.com comments science
  22. 11-million-year-old Giant panda’s cousin found in Spain sci-news.com comments science
  23. our WW2 themed canoe made out of concrete imgur.com comments science
  24. Farm living boosts allergy resistance sciencenews.org comments science
  25. Swedish study casts doubt on ADHD: youngest children in school are 34% more likely to be diagnosed. Figures are from National Board of Health and Welfare, published in a major Swedish daily today. In Sweden children in school are classed by calendar year, those born in December are the youngest. dn.se comments science
  26. Melting glaciers could liberate ancient microbes scientificamerican.com comments science
  27. Specific Gravity of Soil architecture.knoji.com comments science
  28. [Scientific] research is riddled with systematic errors nature.com comments science
  29. ADHD overly diagnosed in children. Finally, psychology agrees. bps.org.uk comments science
  30. Gene-modified stem cell transplant protects patients from toxic side effects of chemotherapy medicalxpress.com comments science
  31. Environment ministry clears raising Maheswar dam’s water level to 154m timesofindia.indiatimes.com comments science
  32. Discovery of a new family of key mitochondrial proteins for the function and viability of the brain - Many neurological conditions, including Parkinson's, are caused by alterations of genes that control mitochondrial transport, a process that provides the energy required for cell function. medicalxpress.com comments science
  33. Some HDL, or 'good' cholesterol, may not protect against heart disease sciencedaily.com comments science
  34. Why Do People Choke When the Stakes Are High? medicaldaily.com comments science
  35. Study shows that 'beer goggles' are a real thing, the cause being alcohol's impairment of our ability to discern facial symmetry. medicalxpress.com comments science
  36. Potential for Risky Sex Spurs Discord on HIV Prevention Pill sfgate.com comments science
  37. New peer reviewed journal offers scientists open access publishing for just $99. peerj.com comments science
  38. Research Suggests That Babies’ Brains Benefit From Music Lessons newswise.com comments science
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