Earth and Titan have thick, nitrogen-rich atmospheres. That's because both formed from the leftovers of cometary impacts, say astrophysicists
The days of the QWERTY keyboard may be numbered.
Quantum mechanics finally explains why protein folding depends on temperature in such a strange way.
The light emitted by nanotubes completely determines their structure, say physicists
The FTC and the Department of Justice are said to have launched preliminary investigations.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
A metamaterial that turns itself off could dramatically improve magnetic resonance imaging.
The search giant's acquisition of Next New Networks shows how media companies of the future will work.
The Jeopardy-winning supercomputer looks set to end up working on more humdrum tasks.
Greenest cars of 2011, making EVs affordable, and making 15,000 gallons of fuel per acre.