The best of the rest from the physics arXiv this week
The dark red spot is the first surface detail ever seen on a Kuiper Belt Object
Scientists in Canada have developed dipstick that measures levels of pesticides in food and beverages.
New research reveals more than you ever wanted to know about the bacteria inhabiting your body.
Robots could mimic human forgetfulness to filter out less useful information.
If a new technique for predicting crashes really works, a bold new experiment will measure how well.
Solar startups talk about how they hope to take on Chinese firms.
A competition will see engineers beam power to robotic climbers.
New Friend Connect features will let web sites offer personalized information and ads.
The current golden age for gamma ray astronomy is creating more questions than answers.