Monday, May 11, 2009

For Monday, May 11, 2009

Misty Moss image licensed under Creative Commons by me'nthedogs

Whaling peace talks 'fall short'

Kangaroo survives arrow in head

Producing Pigs That Provide Us With Healthy And Yet Good Tasting Meat


Google's Got Goats? Inside Techie Culture


Communal Stomach Of An Ant Colony

Live fast, die young - why snails are slowing down

Ocean Acidification: Understanding How Mussels Have Adapted To Extremely Acidic Waters Near Underwater Volcanoes


Solar-Powered Irrigation System Unveiled At U.S. National Arboretum

U.S. National Arboretum

Palm Oil Not A Healthy Substitute For Trans Fats, Study Finds

Palm oil

Biotechnology: Engineered Moss Can Produce Human Proteins


Random Picks Better Than Complicated Process In Gene Identification

Decreasing Deer Damage To Trees, Shrubs And Crops

Integrated Pest Management Reduces Cockroaches And Allergens In Schools

How Cells Move: Cooperative Forces Boost Collective Mobility Of Cells

Biofuel Production And Water Scarcity: A Drink-Or-Drive Issue?

Species Thrives In High Temperature, Pressure


U.S. Wildlife Trade Poorly Regulated, Threatening Food Supply Chains, Human Health, Ecosystems, Study Finds

Unique Survey Of Ocean Climate May Improve Climate Predictions

Sexually Transmitted Infections: Transistors Used To Detect Fungus Candida Albicans

Candida Albicans

New Computer Program Promises To Be 'Rosetta Stone' For Chemical Names

Sayle et al. Foreign Language Translation of Chemical Nomenclature by Computer. Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, 2009; 49 (3): 519 DOI: 10.1021/ci800243w

Particles, Molecules Prefer Not To Mix

Barnes et al. Structure, Thermodynamics, and Solubility in Tetromino Fluids. Langmuir, 2009; 090427084503036 DOI: 10.1021/la900196b


Glioma: Origin Of Brain Tumor Discovered


Major New Treatment Target In Diseased Arteries

Chronic Ankle Pain May Be More Than Just A Sprain


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