NASA officials and space experts discuss the agency's new direction, which includes human missions to Mars.
The U.S. still leads in high-performance computing capacity, but China is undergoing explosive growth.
The first results from the Financial Bubble Experiment will have huge implications for econophysics.
Neural networks built for image recognition are well-suited for "seeing" sound.
An Apple engineer discloses how the company's premier recommendation engine parses millions of iTunes libraries.
An experiment in which humans will 'see' entanglement is pressing ahead.
Physicists can't make up their minds how heavy a kilogram should be. Perhaps they should allow a new generation of scientists to help.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The world’s elite microrobots break the world record in the two-millimeter dash and self-assemble like Voltron.
Western companies are partnering with Chinese ones to make renewable fuel.