The focus will be security, speed and stability--with the Internet as the glue.
If Newton's second law is wrong, we might just be able to see the evidence in the orbital motions of the planets, suggests a new analysis.
The red-blood-cell-boosting hormone is already used to treat anemia and by some athletes to boost endurance.
Researchers hope to use the tiny flying machine for surveillance.
The plan would introduce a comprehensive link between genomics and health care. Should the United States follow Britain's lead?
NASA's shuttle program manager presented a new vehicle for space travel that may be cheaper than the agency's current plan.
If cavitation can speed up the decay of nuclei in solution, we've yet to see good evidence for it.
The noted futurist says that exponential advances will allow us to intervene in the aging process.
Promoting the people most competent at one job does not mean that they'll be better at another, according to a new simulation of hierarchical organizations.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv blog this week.