Galaxy clusters don't seem to have enough visible matter in them. Now astrophysicists think they know where it's hiding
For more than 30 years, sports scientists have puzzled over why the optimum angle of release for a shot put is not 45 degrees.
If a musical search engine called Tunebot is going to work, its creators will need you to sing to it.
Industry leaders and some geneticists criticize a damning government report.
Senator Harry Reid opts for a bill without carbon dioxide limits or renewable electricity standards.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
Stanford engineers argue that outmoded protocols and business rules, not technology, are why 95 percent of spectrum goes unused.
A new study explains why astronomers have never seen one of these weird objects.
Behavioral economics challenge the news aggregator's plan to make money.
New study resolves age-old question of whether technology makes us sedentary, or being sedentary gives us more time to mess with technology.