Not every industry is software-driven.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
The White House says a huge new database and better genetic testing will help realize the enormous promise of personalized medicine.
Project aims to place access points in trees and lampposts to pump 4G data into remote communities.
Stalled projects and underperforming plants have hampered China’s desalination plans.
It’s incredibly difficult to figure out why some of the AI used by self-driving cars does what it does.
Traffic to Wikipedia pages about aircraft crashes varies in unexpected ways, say Internet researchers.
A wheeled robot made by Starship Technologies will soon start delivering food in London in what will be an interesting test of human-robot relations.
A study shows that liquid biopsies can predict whether someone has been cured of colon cancer.
It just got even easier for outsiders to scrutinize the workings of Apple’s mobile operating system, which could boost security.