Slashdot Items Tagged "science"

Date / Time Story
Tuesday February 09, 2016 @03:39PM The Sexual Misconduct Case That Has Rocked Anthropology
Tuesday February 09, 2016 @10:57AM Australia Cuts 110 Climate Scientist Jobs: "The Science is Settled."
Tuesday February 09, 2016 @09:09AM An Advanced Math Education Revolution Is Underway In the U.S.
Monday February 08, 2016 @07:18PM Wolves Howl In Different 'Dialects,' Machine Learning Finds
Monday February 08, 2016 @02:13PM Listen To Hawking's Second Reith Lecture On Black Holes, Illustrated
Sunday February 07, 2016 @01:56AM Startup Uses Sensor Networks To Debug Science Experiments
Saturday February 06, 2016 @02:54PM World's Smallest Optical Switch Uses a Single Atom
Saturday February 06, 2016 @10:14AM Let Your Pupils Do the Typing
Friday February 05, 2016 @11:24AM Wendelstein 7-X Fusion Reactor Produces Its First Flash of Hydrogen Plasma
Thursday February 04, 2016 @05:42PM Researchers Uncover the Genetic Roots Behind Rare Vibration Allergy
Thursday February 04, 2016 @05:18PM Don't Hate Perky Morning People: It Might Be Their DNA's Fault.
Thursday February 04, 2016 @11:10AM To Respond To a Disease Outbreak, Bring In the Portable Genome Sequencers
Wednesday February 03, 2016 @03:00PM Ethics Panel Endorses Mitochondrial Therapy, But Says Start With Male Embryos
Monday February 01, 2016 @09:24AM Graphene Optical Lens a Billionth of a Meter Thick Breaks the Diffraction Limit
Thursday January 28, 2016 @06:28PM Researchers Use CRISPR To Repair Genetic Defect That Causes Blindness
Thursday January 28, 2016 @02:27PM The Future of Astronomy: NASA's James Webb Space Telescope
Thursday January 28, 2016 @09:46AM Why the Calorie Is Broken
Thursday January 21, 2016 @03:46PM An Ancient, Brutal Massacre May Be the Earliest Evidence of War
Tuesday January 19, 2016 @12:45PM Hawking Says Scientific Progress Is Major Source of New Threats To Humanity
Tuesday January 12, 2016 @12:04PM The Hardware That Searches For Dark Matter
Sunday January 10, 2016 @01:04PM Why James Hansen Is Wrong About Nuclear Power
Thursday January 07, 2016 @02:05PM German Carpenter's Testicluar Valve Could Mean An On/Off Switch For Sperm
Monday December 28, 2015 @07:52AM Giant Squid Filmed At Japanese Marina
Wednesday December 16, 2015 @01:36PM Budget Agreement Boosts US Science
Sunday December 13, 2015 @03:05PM Asteroid Impact Helped Create the Birds We Know Today
Saturday December 12, 2015 @06:05PM MIT Creates Tor Alternative That Floods Networks With Fake Data
Saturday December 12, 2015 @01:22AM Why Is Gravity the Weakest Force?
Thursday December 03, 2015 @03:10PM Scientists Begin Another Attempt To Drill Through the Earth's Crust
Thursday December 03, 2015 @01:38PM The Race To Create a Hyperloop Heats Up
Thursday November 19, 2015 @11:16AM Animal Rights Group Targets NIH Director's Home
Tuesday November 17, 2015 @08:12AM This October Was the Hottest Ever Measured
Sunday November 15, 2015 @01:26AM Quantum Entanglement Survives, Even Across an Event Horizon
Saturday November 14, 2015 @02:59PM Experiment On Public Pre-reviewing and Discussion of Workshop Paper Submissions
Saturday November 14, 2015 @01:22PM Neurons Can Be Changed From One Type To Another, Communication Paths Rewired
Saturday November 14, 2015 @03:35AM Earth May Have Kept Its Own Water Rather Than Getting It From Asteroids