Transportation and travel
A Swedish company launches one of the first models of an all-electric powerboat.
Robots and self-driving cars could deliver packages efficiently. But will they create new hazards?
New research recommends allowing pilots to choose their own routes on trans-Atlantic flights to reduce carbon emissions.
There’s now a microscopic plastic cycle that works like any other environmental cycle -- moving from oceans to sky to land and back again.
The finding illustrates the value of regular weather observations made by commercial airplanes.
A simple equation based on a series of experiments from the 1950s still serves as the rule of thumb for estimating road damage.
Driverless cars may soon routinely join human motorists on roads around the world.
Drinking alcohol or taking certain medications can make us unfit to drive, but what about marijuana?
The problem could be particularly bad in rental cars.
Researchers used radar to provide new insight into how precipitation raises the chances of deadly car crashes.
New proof of concept could guard against the disorienting effects of laser pointers invading the cockpit.
A new plane about the length and width of a car propels itself by electrifying air molecules to create an ionic wind.