Creating matter from light - "Out Of Pure Light, Physicists Create Particles Of Matter," University of Rochester press release, via Science Daily, 18 September 1997
"Generating matter and antimatter from the vacuum," press release from the University of Michigan (via PhysOrg.com, 8 December 2010): "...scientists and engineers have developed new equations that show how a high-energy electron beam combined with an intense laser pulse could rip apart a vacuum into its fundamental matter and antimatter components, and set off a cascade of events that generates additional pairs of particles and antiparticles. 'We can now calculate how, from a single electron, several hundred particles can be produced...'"
"Counterfactual Computation" by Graeme Mitchison and Richard Jozsa, Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, A457 (2001) pages 1175-1194: "Counterfactual computation is a process by which the result of the computation may be learnt without actually running the computer..."
Fukt -- a funky Berlin-based magazine that focuses on contemporary drawing. It's edited by Björn Hegardt and designed by Ariane Spanier. Published once a year.
Notebook -- a very unusual site, created by Holly Larner, apparently as a personal reference-tool. The internal linking is haphazard, so it's hard to know exactly what's there. But what makes this site worth visiting anyway are the long, uncommon and diverse texts - entire books in some cases, e.g. How to Care for Works of Art on Paper by Francis Dolloff and Roy Perkinson; part of John Ruskin's The Elements of Drawing (1857); etc.
"'Exact uncertainty' brought to quantum world," by Eugenie Samuel, New Scientist, 27 April 2002: "...The result is an expression that looks like Heisenberg's original relation, but gives the exact uncertainty in the measurements of position and momentum. [Michael] Hall says it is an equation rather than an inequality, which is 'a far stronger relation'. So strong, in fact, that in a paper published this month in Journal of Physics A, Hall and Marcel Reginatto of the Physical-Technical Institute in Braunschweig, Germany, have managed to derive the basics of quantum mechanics from it, including the Schrödinger equation that describes the behaviour of quantum-mechanical wave functions..."
"The origin of life and the hidden role of quantum criticality," The Physics arXiv Blog at Medium.com, 6 March 2015: "most biomolecules are quantum critical conductors; their electronic properties are precisely tuned to the transition point between a metal and an insulator... These findings suggest an entirely new and universal mechanism of conductance in biology very different from the one used in electrical circuits..."