There is intense optimism that the country can become the "cradle of clean energy."
The widespread belief that pulsars are the best clocks in the universe is wrong, say physicists.
Apple's "magical and revolutionary" device is quite a good e-reader, though.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
The strange behavior of a nearby, young, sun-like star could help solve one of the outstanding mysteries in astronomy.
The rate of tweeting about a movie accurately predicts its box office revenes, say researchers. But only after a film has been released.
NeuroPhone is the first step toward hands-free phone operation.
The powerful technique behind DNA sequencing can now be used to mine video databases. The key is a new idea known as the video genome.
In a surprise ruling, Myriad's controversial patents on breast and ovarian cancer susceptibility genes are struck down.
How can nonconducting sand particles transfer the huge amounts of charge needed to generate spectacular lightning displays? A new model finally explains this phenomenon.