Can monitoring how we interact with the world change our notion of ourselves?
Trapping sulphur particles in graphene cages produces a cathode material that could finally make lithium batteries capable of powering electric cars
Announcing the second author in our upcoming science fiction anthology.
Waste data needlessly burns power and degrades computer memory. That's why we need a coherent plan to reduce, reuse and recycle data that has been left to die, argue computer scientists
Financing and environmental concerns have caused some solar plant developers to switch technology.
South Korea will redefine primary school education within three years while creating a massive market for home-grown electronics
How can a bag be bomb-proof? Try coating it with a bizarre fluid that hardens under sudden force.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Unlike other military technologies, there's almost no way to stop proliferation of cyberweapons
Studying live animals via MRI can shed new light on their biology.