In a pilot project, technology reduced doctor's visits for patients with chronic illness, but will this work on a broader scale?
The agency's budget proposal faces a rough ride in congress.
A newfound ability to model the complex feedback loops that control plant clocks could have important implications for computing.
The company showed off its behemoth instrument at a conference in Florida this week.
The best of the rest from Physics arXiv this week:
Can humans distinguish between sequences of real and randomly generated financial data? Scientist have developed a new test to find out.
Cleantech entrepreneurs urge Washington to make better use of Bay Area intellectual capital.
One way to steal data is to embed it in a voice call over the internet. Now network engineers are learning how to spot such attacks.
The mathematics that describe both sensory perception and the transmission of information turn out to have remarkable similarities.
Loan guarantees will help finance 400 megawatts of solar power.