Attach self-propelling bacteria to a cog and they'll set it spinning for you, say Italian physicists.
What happens when you drop an antibubble into a vortex?
An IBM researcher gives a timeline for developing the next generation of supercomputers.
Following a sharp drop in interest, the "computational knowledge engine" pins hopes on API--and homework.
Projects presented at a major conference show how augmented reality can improve.
Spam schemes survive significantly longer than other types of Internet fraud. Why?
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The way air mixes with ocean water as waves break is an important parameter in many climate models. Now computer scientists have modelled the process
New batteries could make recharging EVs much faster.
Smoother than silk polymers, 100 year old blood vessels and the head of a mouse embryo revealed in exquisite detail.