Should they be a standard part of power plant safety?
Wireless Body Area Networks can broadcast your location to anybody bothering to listen. Now researchers have a new way to prevent that.
What will coastal cities around the world learn from what happened?
Normally, requests are sent from Web browsers to the nearest data center. But what if they were sent to the one currently paying the least for electricity?
A lens made of frosted glass is the secret behind this entirely new type of microscopy
After the crisis in Japan, some experts have warned that stored fuel could pose a large danger in terrorists attacks.
Now that jammers are cheap and potentially ubiquitous, how do Tomahawk missiles stay on course?
The creation of 18 nuclei of antihelium-4 is a milestone in high-energy physics.
The long term impact of the Fukushima crisis is unclear, but here are some early indicators.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week: