The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The 100 TB of unique experimental data from the Large Electron Positron collider can never be reproduced. So how can it be preserved for future generations?
Before they become black holes, dying stars of a certain mass should form an entirely new class of stellar object called an electroweak star.
A new device separates healthy and diseased cells.
The approach might provide a way to prime the immune system against a variety of diseases.
New research shows potential for repairing cardiac tissue.
Push on the electromagnetic fields in the quantum vacuum and you should get an equal and opposite force.
What do you get when the past crystallizes out of the future? According to a new model of the universe that combines relativity and quantum mechanics, the answer is: the present.
A new finding is intended to spur action at the Copenhagen climate change conference.
DOE plans to fund research into organisms that make fuel without photosynthesis.