In this episode, autonomous transportation pods that can link up or travel solo.
Two former employees of a St. Louis-area Dow Chemical plant say that they developed multiple cancers following exposure to radioactive materials while on the job.
The company looked into the problem after U.S. regulators got two complaints about smoke and fire in certain 2015 Jeep Cherokees.
The recall, which covers 1.4 million vehicles dating to the 1997 model year, is needed because repairs from the first two recalls didn't work.
Assets in the U.S. energy sector are increasingly attractive amid dramatically lower crude oil prices, particularly as Chinese firms look overseas due to the country's sluggish economy and the dominance of state-owned companies in its energy sector.
A hybrid of Hamilton’s Maxi-Duty and Ultra Maxi-Duty lines, the new EMD2 series packs a small mounting plate paired with a massive swivel construction.
The FAA has not authorized drones for commercial purposes, but the agency — after complaints from Amazon.com — earlier this year indicated that it would grant expedited exemptions if an application mirrored a previously approved filing.
Toyota Motor Corp. retook the top spot in global vehicle sales for the January to September period of 2015, data showed Monday, after surrendering it to Germany's Volkswagen AG now stung by an emissions scandal.
Nissan says in documents posted by U.S. safety regulators that in a crash, fuel could leak from a seal between the gas tank and the fuel sending unit. That could cause a fire.
Averil Macdonald, an emeritus professor at the University of Reading and the newly appointed chair of United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas, told The Times of London that many U.K. women likely ended their study of science at age 16 and “don’t understand” the science behind hydraulic fracturing.
The new corn variety would reportedly protect against worms that attack the plant's root systems, as well as resist the common herbicide glyphosate.
A look at how aerospace leader Pratt & Whitney combines innovation, quality assurance and plant floor efficiencies to better meet growing customer demands.
In this episode, Domino’s creates the pizza delivery car of your late night dreams.
Two Democratic congressmen are asking the Justice Department to investigate ExxonMobil over the petroleum giant's climate change research from the 90s.
A newly released analysis says that although the global manufacturing sector is developing more environmentally friendly practices, government mandates are needed to broadly accelerate those efforts.
The UAW said the agreement was reached at 11:43 p.m. Sunday, 16 minutes before the deadline it had set to either reach an agreement or call a strike at GM's U.S. plants.
Last week, IMPO's top stories were primarily concerned with regulations and compliance — and the fines and settlements as a result of failure to abide by them. Also: motorcycles make an appearance in two of the top five, concerning job cuts and new technology.
The penalty includes criminal and civil fines, along with payments to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and its Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Fund.
The Yellow Jacket is ideal for securing oversized, oddly shaped, palletized loads while the pallet remains on the forklift.
As tech giants like Google and Apple look to automobiles as the next frontier for innovation, they face a looming reality: Cars are a lot harder to manufacture and sell than smartphones.