ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH science
10/13/2017 / By Russel Davis

A recent study published in PLOS ONE has revealed that common marmosets born to responsive fathers have a greater likelihood of surviving

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-13-good-fathers-essential-to-having-healthy-well-balanced-children-primate-research.html

10/13/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

Researchers in Paris are reportedly developing robot technology that can determine gender based on the human touch. The emotional robot project, within

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-13-robots-will-know-your-gender-and-personality-with-one-handshake-will-the-alt-left-have-them-destroyed-for-their-binary-judgments.html

10/12/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Lithium batteries that are made from asphalt have the capability of charging 10 to 20 times faster than commercial lithium-ion

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-12-paving-the-way-to-faster-power-scientists-discover-adding-asphalt-to-lithium-ion-batteries-makes-them-charge-up-to-20-times-faster.html

10/11/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

As of Aug. 14, 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) put into effect a working guidance for the eighth section

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-11-epa-announces-new-reporting-rules-on-nano-sized-particles-manufactured-in-the-united-states.html

10/04/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Leaked internal documents from Monsanto condemn the already-struggling giant to maintain some level of integrity. Plaintiffs suing the agricultural company

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-04-monsanto-caught-ghostwriting-its-own-independent-safety-reviews-that-were-published-in-science-journals.html

10/03/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Our ability to smell is perhaps the least developed among all our senses. Evolutionary scientists claim that despite the weak

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-03-do-you-have-a-discerning-nose-a-new-study-shows-that-exposure-to-a-variety-of-smells-early-in-life-enhances-the-development-of-the-sense-of-smell.html

10/03/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Scientists developed a new idea for invisibility technology that would allow light waves to pass straight through a special material without

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-03-breakthrough-in-invisibility-technology-scientists-have-created-a-material-that-allows-light-waves-to-pass-straight-through.html

10/03/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Alzheimer’s disease has long been thought to completely erase an individual’s memories. The clumps of tau tangles and amyloid plaques

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-03-laser-treatment-reactivates-lost-memories-in-mice.html

10/02/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A group of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a novel organic material that boasts of

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-02-environmentally-friendly-rechargeable-batteries-scientists-have-invented-a-new-material-that-conducts-and-stores-electricity-efficiently.html

09/25/2017 / By Tracey Watson

It’s official: The last vestiges of common sense have now finally gone out the window. The Washington Times is reporting

http://www.scientific.news/2017-09-25-climate-alarmists-demand-imprisonment-of-climate-change-skeptics-want-to-charge-them-with-murder.html

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