The highlands around the Colombian capital are scattered with small buildings that look like out-of-place igloos but are in fact innovative houses made from the tires that litter the country's roads.
New wireless technologies in cars may compromise a driver's privacy and pose a security threat, warn researchers at Rutgers University.
When hyperventilating sometimes seems the only option to stress, Petri Brill has a healthier suggestion: yoga.
Motorists will be driving on the world's first "green" tires within the next five years, scientists predicted here today, thanks to a revolutionary new technology that produces a key tire ingredient from renewable feedstocks ...
Civil engineers at Purdue University helped the Indiana Department of Transportation save more than $1 million over the past two years by using shredded tires as a new low-cost material in construction projects.