IBM seeks to transform image-based diagnostics by combining its cognitive computing technology with a massive collection of medical images.
Deep inside its labs, Monsanto is learning how to modify crops by spraying them with RNA rather than tinkering with their genes.
The effects of our greenhouse-gas emissions on the oceans are likely to last for centuries, even if we manage to remove huge amounts of carbon dioxide from the air.
The U.S. Air Force abandoned plans to build a flying saucer in 1961. And yet a similar concept survives in the Lockheed Martin X-35B Lightning II.
Google's rebirth as Alphabet is an attempt to prove that the company's "moonshots" can be as successful as its Internet business.
A company started by several gene-editing pioneers gets new funding to develop treatments for blood cancers, eye diseases, and sickle-cell anemia.
A startup says its algorithm can tell when a smartphone notification would just annoy you.
A test drive of the Alfa Romeo 4C reveals what a difference carbon fiber can make in a car.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
A tool designed to test key employees with benign phishing messages aims to reduce the risk of corporate data breaches.