auto safety

A red car and a large salt truck drive on a snowy road next to a mountain.

Can bacteria help us prevent salt damage to concrete roads and bridges?


Spring has long been filled with bumps and potholes in roads, many of which are caused by the salt that makes driving safe all winter. New research has shown how this annual problem could become a thing of the past with bacteria, which are being used in the fight to maintain our roads and save our streets from costly damage.


Why some people camped out all night at California DMV offices

An engineer readies a crash test dummy at Spain's TESSA testing facility.

Europe takes a cue from US and decides to use cadavers to make cars safer