A robot at Brown University learned how to perform a task from a very different robot at Cornell University.
Endangered rhinos are being killed for their horns. Some researchers think they can use bioengineering techniques to trip up the poachers.
Researchers have built an emoji video search demo that lets you use tiny pictures to sort through thousands of YouTube clips.
Physicists have discovered a material that superconducts at a temperature significantly warmer than the coldest ever measured on Earth. That should herald a new era of superconductivity research.
Affordable, lightweight, and versatile, batteries made of porous materials could soon transform energy storage.
Japanese startup Adawarp thinks teleporting inside the body of a robotic stuffed animal could be a good way to keep in touch with loved ones.
A roundup of the best stories on energy from other sites this week, collected by Richard Martin, MIT Technology Review’s energy editor.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
A roundup of some of the most interesting stories about mobile technology from other sites, collected by Rachel Metz, MIT Technology Review’s senior editor for mobile.
Why do some quantum computations require entanglement while others don't? Squeezed photons may hold the answer, say physicists.