Abstract artists are only 4 per cent better than child artists, according to a controversial new way of evaluating paintings
As social replaces search, humans show their superior ability to defeat the web's spammers and disinformation
A mathematical analysis of golf ball trajectories along a flat gradient reveals a new and simple strategy for judging the perfect putt
A new study from 10 international agencies say the policies drive up food prices, say reports.
Living lasers might transmit information about health and disease. They are also just plain cool.
It's a lot of oil, but the discoveries in the Gulf won't come close to making the U.S. energy independent.
Pool makes chess and Jeopardy look like child's play. All the more reason to develop new technologies -- and further humiliate the human race -- by tackling this unique computational challenge
Scientists are still searching the genome for clues to its unusual virulence.
Who says our personal IT infrastructure should become invisible?
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week