New research uses machine learning to gauge people's views on the available charging stations for electric vehicles.
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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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Plans to build nearly 15,000 miles of road through tiger habitats in Asia by mid-century will up the risk for the big cat's extinction, researchers warn.
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The coronavirus pandemic means stagnant water is sitting in the pipes of many buildings. New research will investigate how to turn the taps back on safely.
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"If you are in larger cities, you definitely have to be more careful, you have to act faster, and you have to engage in more intense social distancing."
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Fiber optics make sense for monitoring earthquakes because "cities already have it as part of their infrastructure, so all we have to do is tap into it."
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Open green spaces called greenways could benefit human health, animal habitats, and fight pollution, according to a new book.
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Certain types of urban planning, with plenty of public transportation and low speed blocks, are best for reducing road injuries.
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