The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
34 percent of Twitter users don’t fill out the “location” field with accurate information, but a new algorithm can infer it from their tweets
84 = average ZQ sleep score
121,375 = number of steps taken this week
America’s standing in international rankings of internet speed resembles our performance in math and science education – here’s how that could finally change
The agency will fund projects aimed at speeding up synthetic biology, and creating new kinds of materials.
Though pricier than regular models, unlocked phones—not to be confused with jailbroken ones—will be a boon to the world traveler.
A novel telemedicine application from a team of French-Swiss researchers could be coming soon to a hospital near you (particularly if you live in Switzerland).
Our existing information technology infrastructure is surprisingly robust, at least for now. But what’s left if something really big happens?
The world’s leading social network may see RockMelt as a way into the browser market.