Computer scientists have developed a technique for reconstructing missing web resources from the context in which they appeared, just like archaeologists in the physical world
Belgium has plans for an artificial “energy atoll” to store excess wind power in the North Sea.
A simple arrangement of switchable mirrors can create “holes in time” of almost any length.
Researchers demonstrate an invisibility cloak that can be scaled to almost any size and say it could be used to hide orbiting satellites
Econophysicists studying the way people accumulate a new form of digital currency say they have observed the famous rich-get-richer effect for the first time.
Many experts would have us believe that robots and other technologies are behind the job drought. That couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Google searches involving black-sounding names are more likely to serve up ads suggestive of a criminal record than white-sounding names, says computer scientist
Japanese physicists show how to extract more energy from entangled particles than is possible with classical thermodynamics
If you want a good answer, ask a decent question. That’s the startling conclusion to a study of online Q&As.
The risks associated with major IT projects are being vastly underestimated, according to the largest study of global IT projects ever undertaken.