Sometime before the end of this decade, General Motors will put a car on the road that can almost drive itself.
No, those are not cars darting along a busy highway. The glowing specks you're seeing in the video are millions of nuclei flowing through the tube-like filaments, or hyphae, of a single fungus cell.
(Phys.org)—Take the time to enjoy a deep breath next weekend when the 405 freeway closes for Carmageddon II. If it's anything like last year, the air quality is about to get amazing.
If you've been paying attention the past few years, you've seen an entire category of gadgets become almost extinct.
Every time you run a Google search, a split-second automated auction takes place to determine which of many competing companies will get to fill the ad space in your browsing window. The program controlling that auction is ...
Living near a freeway may be associated with increased risk of autism, according to a study published by a team of researchers from Children's Hospital Los Angeles, the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern ...
While Americans are much more likely to die on rural highways than urban freeways, a new survey released today found that they feel much more relaxed and prone to risk-taking on rural highways.
(PhysOrg.com) -- When Dr. Ralph Delfino and Michael Kleinman look at Southern California's gridlocked freeways, they don't just see traffic. They see research opportunities.