A new kind of concrete could let roads and bridges "heal" after cracking. That could cut down the costs and frequency of road repairs.
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A new wireless charging technique could keep robots, drones, and, one day, potentially moving cars juiced up, researchers say.
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Auto emissions are key to the creation of "ultrafine particles," which have been linked to health problems and birth defects, researchers say.
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Smart cars are vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches, some of which could even be lethal. Companies need to catch up to protect consumers, researchers say.
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Flash freezing car batteries offers a way to transport them in a safer, cheaper, and more environmentally friendly way, researchers say.
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A better understanding of how catalytic converters break down could help pave the way for better versions that last longer and cost less to fix.
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"The misperception was that they would potentially fatigue faster and become a safety risk to other drivers.... I'm here to say that's just not true."
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