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Feds: Tesla accelerated, didn't brake ahead of fatal crash
PHYS.ORG Federal investigators say a Tesla SUV using the company's semi-autonomous driving system accelerated just before crashing into a California freeway barrier, killing its driver. 2 weeks
Tesla shares up despite viral video of sedan on fire
PHYS.ORG Tesla Motors was under another round of scrutiny on Monday after a homemade video of a Tesla sedan on fire went viral but the incident did not weigh... 9 hours
Swiss to place bets on gambling law in high stakes referendum
PHYS.ORG Swiss voters will decide on Sunday whether to back a new gambling law designed to prevent addiction and allow some online betting, or reject what opponents... 2 weeks
Swiss vote to block foreign-based gambling sites
PHYS.ORG Swiss voters overwhelmingly approved Sunday blocking foreign-based betting sites in a high-stakes referendum on a new gambling law designed to prevent addiction, but which opponents said amounted to internet censorship. 1 week
NASA's Aqua satellite captures heat signature and smoke from Buzzard fire
PHYS.ORG NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image of the Buzzard fire in New Mexico on June 03, 2018.  This fire began on May 22, 2018, and its... 2 weeks
Autonomous Waymo vehicle involved in 5-car crash in Arizona
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Larger sample sizes needed to increase reproducibility in neuroscience studies
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Grenfell: a year on, here's what we know went wrong
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Preventing a plane crash—research helps pilots train for aerodynamic stalls
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Tesla cuts 9 pct. of workforce in bid to post a profit
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Chinese electric carmaker Byton raises $500 mn to take on Tesla
PHYS.ORG China-based electric car startup Byton has raised $500 million as it ramps up efforts to take on rivals like Tesla. 7 days
Tesla reveals plans to build cars in Shanghai
PHYS.ORG Tesla on Tuesday revealed to shareholders that it is working with officials in China to build electric cars and battery packs in Shanghai. 2 weeks
New Tesla software to offer 'full' autonomy, Musk says
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Ukraine puts out forest fire around Chernobyl
PHYS.ORG A forest fire that had raged for three days in the restricted zone around Chernobyl, scene of the world's worst nuclear accident in 1986, was put out Thursday and no increase in radiation in... 2 weeks
Tesla shareholders reject bid to strip Musk of chairman role
PHYS.ORG Tesla CEO Elon Musk has rebuffed a shareholder attempt to overhaul the electric car maker's board and strip him of his role as chairman, despite worries about the... 2 weeks
Guatemala's Volcano of Fire emits another hot sediment flow
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A supple aorta might slow brain aging
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Australian lizard scares away predators with ultra-violet tongue
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Does Vitamin D Really Protect Against Colorectal Cancer?
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Medical News Today: Using microbes to track down criminals
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Framework identifies genetic missense mutations linked to autism spectrum disorder
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Medical News Today: A supple aorta might slow brain aging
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Higgs boson, top quarks linked in milestone collider discovery
PHYS.ORG An observation made by an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider involving Florida Institute of Technology physicists Francisco Yumiceva, Marcus Hohlmann and Marc Baarmand has for the first time connected... 5 days
Kia recalls over 500K vehicles; air bags may not inflate
PHYS.ORG Kia is recalling over a half-million vehicles in the U.S. because the air bags may not work in a crash. 2 weeks
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Why using genetic genealogy to solve crimes could pose problems
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Medical News Today: What happens if you fast for a day?
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A webcam is enough to produce a real-time 3-D model of a moving hand
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