Sassafras4u
File Title
1 BIOMICs Group analyses Basque diaspora DNA to observe the effect of a different environment on populations with similar genetic pool
2 Purdue, NIST working on breathalyzers for medical diagnostics
3 Scripps Research scientists identify key interaction in hepatitis C virus
4 Paper mulches evaluated for commercial vegetable production
5 New technology improves greenhouse, plant microclimates
6 New research contains solutions to common pear disease
7 Willow cut-stem growers surveyed
8 Bulb dipping controls Easter lily growth
9 High nitrogen fertilizers tested on post-transplant ornamentals
10 Poor response to anti-anemia drug predicts higher risk of heart disease or death
11 UNC scientists pinpoint link between light signal and circadian rhythms
12 Hybrid string blossom thinner tested in peach orchards
13 Genetic relationship between Hungarian and Turkish apricots confirmed
14 Turfgrass fertility, pesticide programs compared
15 Indoor plant intervention: New answers for health care design?
16 Longevinex exhibits L-shaped safety curve for first time in resveratrol biology
17 Researchers discover potential solutions to New England roadside erosion
18 Landscape tree disease from 12 wood decay fungi studied
19 Improving nitrogen use efficiency lessens environmental impact
20 Can bedding plants thrive with recyled water?
21 April grafting optimal for Fraser fir
22 Large-scale analysis identifies new genetic alterations associated with height
23 First come, first served?
24 What Triggers Mass Extinctions? Study Shows How Invasive Species Stop New Life
25 New technology to speed cleanup of nuclear-contaminated sites, reduce costs and create jobs
26 Researcher explores the evolution of largest mammals over the past 100 million years
27 Amazonian biodiversity much older than originally thought
28 Farmers slowed down by hunter-gatherers: Our ancestors' fight for space
29 Warring Greeks find peace in ancient Egypt
30 Scientists announce discovery of first horned dinosaur from South Korea
31 Lost civilization under Persian Gulf?
32 Science's breakthrough of the year: The first quantum machine
33 Being good moms couldn't save the woolly mammoth
34 Fossil finger bone yields genome of a previously unknown human relative
35 Genome of extinct Siberian human sheds new light on modern human origins
36 Drilling in the holy land
37 Secrets of an Ancient Tel Aviv Fortress Revealed
38 Was Israel the Birthplace of Modern Man?
39 Tau disrupts neural communication prior to neurodegeneration
40 Placebos work--even without deception
41 Designer probiotics could reduce obesity
42 Researchers Discover Mechanism for Signaling Receptor Recycling
43 Eindhoven University builds affordable alternative to mega-laser X-FEL
44 Protein involved in early steps of melanoma development revealed
45 Nuclear magnetic moments
46 TU scientists in Nature: Better control of building blocks for quantum computer
47 Back to the Dead (Sea, That Is)
48 6 years after the tsunami disaster
49 Some brain tumors mimic the genetic program of germline cells
50 Texas A&M professor helps develop first high-temp spin-field-effect transistor
51 Longevinex exerts greater influence over genes than resveratrol
52 Team overcomes major obstacles to cellulosic biofuel production
53 Mechanisms of juvenile hormone action in insects could help fine tune pesticides
54 Full woodland strawberry genome sequenced
55 Parents' social problems affect their children--even in birds
56 When the Black Hole Was Born
57 Singapore consortium learns from nature to produce new chemical-free, anti-bacteria plastic 'skins'
58 Uncovering the neurobiological basis of general anesthesia
59 Protein helps parasite survive in host cells
60 Doctors should be required to disclose sleep deprived status to patients before elective surgeries
61 Team-based approach to care shows success in fight against depression with diabetes, heart disease
62 Trace amounts of microbe-killing molecules predict chronic granulomatous disease survival
63 Children in Areas with Few Pediatricians at Higher Risk for Serious Appendix Ruptures
64 Protein involved in cystic fibrosis also plays role in emphysema, chronic lung disease
65 Coma and general anesthesia demonstrate important similarities
66 New test announced for major killer of lung transplant patients
67 Risk for alcoholism linked to risk for obesity
68 Consistent exercise associated with lower risk of colon cancer death
69 Study shows that CPAP therapy reduces fatigue, increases energy in patients with sleep apnea
70 Study finds evidence of increased lung cancer risk among tuberculosis patients
71 OSU helps decode strawberry genome in bid to improve fruit
72 Microfluidic device rapidly orients hundreds of embryos for high-throughput experiments
73 SOHO Spots 2000th Comet
74 How does your green roof garden grow?
75 Activists, Japan whalers clash in Southern Ocean
76 Facebook tops Google in website hits: study
77 Tablets galore on tap at major CES gadget fest
78 Manatees paddle to warm water to escape Fla. chill
79 Forecasters keep eye on looming 'Solar Max'
80 Indian tea tastes different due to climate change
81 Ceiling lights in Minn. send coded Internet data
82 '250 billion' plastic fragments in Mediterranean
83 China to go after Internet phone services
84 China's online population rises to 450 million
85 Obama weathers backlash on climate
86 Study finds Neanderthals ate their veggies
87 Broken glass yields clues to climate change
88 Apple, Steve Jobs hit new heights in 2010
89 When the black hole was born: Astronomers identify the epoch of the first fast growth of black holes
90 Android Trojan dubbed 'Geinimi' found in legitimate applications
91 New dyes improve solar technologies for generating clean electricity and hydrogen fuel
92 S. Korea schools get robot English teachers
93 British drivers asked to become organ donors
94 'Food of the gods' genome sequence could make finest chocolate better
95 Scientists overcome major obstacles to cellulosic biofuel production
96 Japan nano-tech team creates palladium-like alloy: report
97 Pew study hints at what Web users will pay for
98 Experiments test if implant can block sleep apnea
99 Voyage of the DNA Treader
100 Purdue, NIST working on breathalyzers for medical diagnostics
101 Nanotubes behave as optical antennae
102 'Molecular torch' between carbon nanotubes emits electroluminescence
103 Statistical modeling could help us understand cosmic acceleration
104 When matter and antimatter collide
105 Better control of building blocks for quantum computer
106 Water purification made simpler
107 Europe launcher puts Spanish, S. Korean satellites into orbit
108 SOHO spots 2,000th comet
109 High nitrogen fertilizers tested on post-transplant ornamentals
110 New technology improves greenhouse, plant microclimates
111 Climate is warming--despite 'ups and downs'
112 Image: Decorating the sky
113 Russia puts European satellite Ka-Sat in orbit
114 Floods bring crocodile warning for Australia's north
115 Failed rocket launch threatens India's space ambitions
116 Review: High-tech snow sports gear is cool fun
117 'World's first' glasses-free 3D TV hits stores in Japan
118 Robot waiters in China never lose patience
119 FBI in hunt for pro-WikiLeaks hackers: report
120 Time Warner Cable says Big 4 shows to stay on-air
121 Americans turn to technology to control impulses
122 New technology to speed cleanup of nuclear contaminated sites
123 Sony files phone patent complaints against LG
124 Skype adding Wi-Fi, 3G video calling to iPhone app
125 US online sales surge 13 percent for holiday period
126 Legal settlement is reached over student's Facebook comments about teacher
127 CityVille passes FarmVille as most played game on Facebook
128 Time Warner Cable customers may lose TV networks
129 Alcatel to pay $137M to settle bribery charges
130 AT&T expands Wi-Fi zones in public spaces
131 Man quits job, makes living suing e-mail spammers
132 Mich. man faces charges for reading wife's e-mail
133 Paper mulches evaluated for commercial vegetable production
134 Enzyme cocktail could eliminate a step in biofuel process
135 Increasing oxygen delivery: Allosteric effectors of human hemoglobin
136 What triggers mass extinctions? Study shows how invasive species stop new life
137 Stem cell research breaks new ground in 2010
138 New botanic database holds a million plant names
139 Scientists pinpoint link between light signal and circadian rhythms
140 New research contains solutions to common pear disease
141 Indoor plant intervention: New answers for health care design?
142 Bulb dipping controls Easter lily growth
143 Willow cut-stem growers surveyed
144 New species abound in Peru, but so do threats
145 Scientists worry about ocean energy's effect on sea-creature migration
146 New research shows bacteria provide example of one of nature's first immune systems
147 New home for Cambodian killer elephant
148 Parents' social problems affect their children--even in birds
149 Comprehensive report on sudden oak death
150 Angry at God? If so, you're not alone, says psychologist
151 Study finds evidence of increased lung cancer risk among tuberculosis patients
152 Study shows that CPAP therapy reduces fatigue, increases energy in patients with sleep apnea
153 What you pay for Medicare won't cover your costs
154 Risk for alcoholism linked to risk for obesity
155 Longevinex exhibits L-shaped safety curve for first time in resveratrol biology
156 Uncovering the neurobiological basis of general anesthesia
157 Large-scale analysis identifies new genetic alterations associated with height
158 New test announced for major killer of lung transplant patients
159 Team-based approach to care shows success in fight against depression with diabetes, heart disease
160 Trace amounts of microbe-killing molecules predict chronic granulomatous disease survival
161 Doctors should be required to disclose sleep deprived status to patients before elective surgeries
162 Easy to bully digitally
163 Resolved to lose weight in 2011? skip the 'Value Meals'
164 Baby boomers fear outliving Medicare
165 Protein involved in cystic fibrosis also plays role in emphysema, chronic lung disease
166 Protein helps parasite survive in host cells
167 Two dead as flu cases widen in France
168 China to crack down on lavish public-funded fetes
169 The too many faces of war--why the war in Afghanistan is so complex
170 Ancient Bible fragments reveal a forgotten history
171 Researcher reveals newspapers' historic resistance to granting reporters' bylines
172  
173  
174  
175  
176  
177  
178  
179  
180  

Google