A technique for triggering nuclear reactions with photons could revolutionise the production of medical radioisotopes, say physicists
Cars may provide the ideal platform for speech recognition technology.
Nanoparticles deliver biologically active drugs in ways that affect tissues as never before.
A documentary explores the life and work of Ray Kurzweil.
Earth and Titan have thick, nitrogen-rich atmospheres. That's because both formed from the leftovers of cometary impacts, say astrophysicists
The days of the QWERTY keyboard may be numbered.
Quantum mechanics finally explains why protein folding depends on temperature in such a strange way.
The light emitted by nanotubes completely determines their structure, say physicists
The FTC and the Department of Justice are said to have launched preliminary investigations.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week