A scientist believes he is close to finding the cause of his daughter's disease.
The best of the rest from the physics arXiv this week
Place a couple of cold atoms in an alternating magnetic field and you've got a quantum version of an electric motor.
A quantum model of reasoning beats its classical counterpart in explaining why humans make errors in judging probabilities.
The famous cold spot in the cosmic microwave background is an artifact of the statistical methods used to find it, according to a new analysis.
Tor--a networking scheme that hides users' online activities--is going mobile.
If you could build an observatory on the Moon, what would you look for?
An array of pulsars should shimmer as gravitational waves wash over it, making a galaxy-sized observatory
NASA has built a device that keeps mice floating to study the health effects of spaceflight.