It's not just financial markets that experience bubbles, society does too. And the Human Genome Project is a perfect example, says a new study.
Rare earth minerals are key to advanced technology, but almost all come from China.
In time for St. Patrick's Day, an American Chemical Society video details why the morning after feels so bad.
Daniel Ek dodged the question during a keynote interview at South By Southwest Interactive.
Rhodospirillum Photometricum has a mechanism that allows it to harvest more light in dim conditions but protect its cellular machinery from photon damage when it's too bright.
It will give partners access to more Twitter data.
Cells treated with magnetic nanoparticles can be held in tissue-like 3-D shapes.
danah boyd opens South by Southwest with a keynote on what online privacy should mean.
String theory implies that black holes can come in all kinds of forms and flavors, according to a cosmologist who has catalogued all known types.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week: