Adding a fourth light to traffic lights could make them work better for autonomous vehicles, according to simulations. It would activate as vehicles approach.
The health benefits from decarbonization are unequally distributed, a new study says. Low-income communities still face higher levels of air pollution.
Decisions on EV charging sites usually prioritize travel flow, user demand or the needs of power grids. A new computer model tries to find compromises.
“Soft robots” made of elastomers and shaped like pasta can navigate with no human or computer intervention. Could they help progress autonomous driving?
Researchers have developed a simple technique for producing perovskite photovoltaic materials on an industrial scale for the mass-production of solar cells.
Many of the largest US electric utilities have pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Compared to 2018 levels, emissions could be reduced by a third.
Three experts explore the future of vaccine development amid the use of mRNA vaccines in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scientists have taken kirigami principles and applied them to 3D materials, to create structures which are capable of transforming into multiple different architectures.
Researchers at North Carolina State University suggest that resilience is a process not a characteristic, fluctuating with how individuals respond to circumstances over time.
Stroke survivors could soon attend physical and occupational therapy sessions via a virtual reality clinic, researchers say.
“The finding is somewhat intuitive, but it addresses a fundamental issue: when do we transfer responsibility for an error from a human to a robot?” Gillen says.