Tales of human outliers, including an unbreakable man who inspired new treatments for osteoporosis.
Superconducting LEDs are brighter than anyone could explain. Until now.
A team at Yahoo Research work out how to classify individuals by their email habits.
Obama's budget puts hydrogen fuel-cell research out of its misery--almost.
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The best of the rest from the physics arXiv this week:
Fisker Automotive's Karma could be powered by batteries developed at a national lab.
A new technique could dramatically improve our ability to determine whether a pandemic is likely at the beginning of an infectious outbreak.
The microblogging company has plans to improve the way its search results are ranked.
An exciting process thought to be the core of a new company still needs a lot of work.