Light harvesting in plants and bacteria cannot be properly explained by classical processes or by quantum ones. Now complexity theorists say the answer is a delicate interplay of both, an idea that could transform computation.
The U.S. government is concerned that some of 23andMe’s health assessments could mislead customers.
Researchers uncover new ties between genetics and skin cancer by mining patients’ medical records.
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FCC puts onus on airlines as it proposes lifting phone ban.
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UPDATE: Early Data Suggests Collision-Caused Fires are More Frequent in the Tesla Model S than Conventional Cars
When you look at collision data, the Model S looks worse than conventional cars. But it may be too early to draw conclusions.
Commuters in Africa, Europe and the US all follow the same fundamental pattern of travel between work and home, confirming a theory first suggested 20 years ago.
How does the ability to instantaneously reallocate physical resources change the way companies source materials, manage operations, and go to market?