The company claims that, like Google, is has suffered serious attacks originating in China.
Future railway timetables could have more in common with gene regulatory networks than their steam-age antecedents.
Tensions rise after Google redirects Chinese users to an uncensored Hong Kong site.
Quantum dots form the heart of a new transistor design for spin polarized currents.
The company is redirecting users to its uncensored Hong Kong site, after failing to reach an agreement with the Chinese government.
No Earth-based experiments have spotted any sign of dark matter-type particles. Perhaps that's because dark matter is an entirely different kind of thing
This approach to cutting carbon dioxide emissions would involve mailing citizens refund checks.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The clouds at Neptune's South Pole seem to be caught in a giant vortex, according to a new images of the planet.
An interesting proof of principle that's unlikely to be put into practice.