Giving disabled babies the power of movement could improves their development.
Two reports out Tuesday argue it is, but what's most important--from an energy perspective--is what comes next.
The same experiments that reveal the nature of entanglement can also be interpreted as a measure of free will, say researchers.
A federal ruling temporarily blocks expanded funding for embryonic stem cell research.
When it comes to copying the real behaviour of synapses, two memristors are better than one, according to a new circuit design.
Most "synthesized" speech is actually a computationally-intensive playback that can't transcend a monotone.
How and why we choose our young leaders.
A simple idea explains two of cosmology's biggest problems, but introduces a conundrum of its own.
When Sangjin Han interned at Sony, he had no idea what he was learning would translate to the arcane world of routers.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week: