This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Shortly after Donald Trump took office, climate change and clean energy disappeared from the White House website.
Chinese researchers have worked out the reasons for why Wi-Fi can take so long to connect.
Universities host hackathons to save environmental information amid fears the Trump administration will scrub data that undercuts its views.
The regulator has suggested that it treat every edit of an animal’s genome like a new drug, but some scientists think it could slow progress.
Donald Trump has been forced to hand over his old phone for a more secure device—which might make tweeting a little harder.
A massive botnet secretly infiltrated the Twitterverse in 2013 but has lain mysteriously dormant since then, say researchers.
Even if you don’t live in Britain, the U.K.’s new “Snooper’s Charter” is worth watching. It could inspire other democratic nations to adopt aggressive surveillance policies.
Researchers enlist smartphones and machine learning to find vocal patterns that might signal post-traumatic stress disorder or even heart disease.
But even if we find out who orchestrated some of the fiercest Internet attacks of late, will it matter?