Scientific American

Friday th 5th of April 2019

Cyberchondriacs Just Know They Must Be Sick - 05:50

Thursday th 4th of April 2019

A Heavy-Metal Planet Orbiting a Dead Star May Foretell Our World's End - 13:30

Zapping Lead Pipes with Electricity Could Make Them Safer for Drinking Water - 12:00

Anti-Aging Discovery Could Lead to Restorative Skin Treatments - 11:30

Cats Recognize Their Own Names--Even If They Choose to Ignore Them - 08:20

Solar Power's Benefits Don't Shine Equally on Everyone - 06:20

Wednesday th 3rd of April 2019

Watch Now: Gravitational Waves as New Windows on the Universe - 13:10

"Toffee Planets" Hint at Earth's Cosmic Rarity - 06:00

Tuesday th 2nd of April 2019

A Repurposed Drug Could Offer Hope after Many Alzheimer's Trial Failures - 10:40

Looking for Life on Mars: Viking Experiment Team Member Reflects on Divisive Findings - 06:10

Monday th 1st of April 2019

The Pitfalls of Data's Gender Gap - 07:40

Europe Stores Electricity in Gas Pipes - 06:20

Friday th 29th of March 2019

Military Tries Out Fish as Underwater Spies - 06:00

Thursday th 28th of March 2019

Amphibian-Killing Invasive Fungus Causes Record Wildlife Loss - 13:50

Dogs Detect the Scent of Seizures - 09:50

Repurposed Drug Could Offer Hope after Many Alzheimer's Trial Failures - 09:50

Found: A Quadrillion Ways for String Theory to Make Our Universe - 06:10

Wednesday th 27th of March 2019

Mission to Europa Gets New Instrument to Look for Signs of Habitability - 14:10

The "Fantastic" Feeling of a Breakthrough: Q&A with Math Prize Winner Karen Uhlenbeck - 13:40

New Strategies Take On the Worst Cancer--Glioblastoma - 10:20

Russia's New Nuclear Missiles Squeeze Response Time - 06:00

Tuesday th 26th of March 2019

Can Soil Microbes Slow Climate Change? - 06:20

Monday th 25th of March 2019

The Adult Brain Does Grow New Neurons After All, Study Says - 12:30

How 3D-Printing Could Break into the Building Industry - 06:10

Friday th 22nd of March 2019

Best-Yet Measurements Deepen Cosmological Crisis - 07:30

An Impossible Scenario: Scientists Watch as Heat Moves at the Speed of Sound - 06:10

Thursday th 21st of March 2019

First Baby Monkey Born Using Sperm from Frozen Testicles - 14:30

Atheism Is Inconsistent with the Scientific Method, Prizewinning Physicist Says - 13:00

Huge Meteor Explosion a Wake-Up Call for Planetary Defense - 12:30

A Common Anesthetic Could Ease PTSD and Other Stress Disorders - 07:10

Study on Weed-Killers and Monarch Butterflies Spurs Ecological Flap - 05:50

Wednesday th 20th of March 2019

Atheism Is Inconsistent with the Scientific Method, Prize-Winning Physicist Says - 13:50

Big Religion May Have Gotten Too Much Credit for the Evolution of Modern Society - 13:20

Despite Similarities, Are the Two Recent 737 Max 8 Crashes a Coincidence? - 10:50

'Oumuamua, Our First Interstellar Visitor, May Have Been a Comet After All - 06:00

Friday th 15th of March 2019

Starstruck--60 Years of NASA's Dazzling Archives - 14:30

Going with the Flow: Waterfalls Can Form Spontaneously - 06:10

Thursday th 14th of March 2019

Mind Your "Fs" and "Vs": Agriculture May Have Shaped Both Human Jaws and Language - 16:10

An Hour of Light and Sound a Day Might Keep Alzheimer's at Bay - 10:10

The Internet Knows You Better Than Your Spouse Does - 06:10

Wednesday th 13th of March 2019

Despite Similarities, Are the 2 Recent 737 Max 8 Crashes a Coincidence? - 17:30

Scientists Call for a Moratorium on Editing Inherited Genes - 15:30

As Scientists Probe the Mystery of How Newborns Develop Immunity, Order Rises from the Chaos - 07:20

Would New Physics Colliders Make Big Discoveries or Wander a Particle Desert? - 06:20

Tuesday th 12th of March 2019

Infectious Diseases Spike amid Venezuela's Political Turmoil - 07:40

A Genetic Basis for Insomnia Emerges from the Twilight - 06:10

Monday th 11th of March 2019

Starstruck—60 Years of NASA's Dazzling Archives - 13:50

Sound by the Pound: Surprising Discovery Hints Sonic Waves Carry Mass - 08:20

Starstruck--60 Years of NASA's Dazzling Archives - 07:20

Radioactive Glass Beads May Tell the Terrible Tale of How the Fukushima Meltdown Unfolded - 06:00