This week we have winners who have developed an optimization algorithm to reduce energy consumption and increase productivity in industrial robots. This week's loser played a role in a devastating disaster that has been in the news for over two weeks.
Although elections are taking place more quickly, NLRB officials could not tell the Journal whether they are more successful under the new policy.
The process could help alleviate the massive amount of food wasted in the U.S. and offer a potential solution to the nation's "food deserts."
The study could eventually contribute to cleaner transportation and homes, researchers said.
The Kimtech Pure A7 Cleanroom Lab Coat provides enhanced chemical and biological protection and superior contamination control for cleanroom environments.
The analysis by the Oakland-based Pacific Institute said that California crop revenue hit a record $34 billion in 2013 and only narrowly failed to match that level last year.
Environmental groups led by the New York City-based Waterkeeper Alliance sued Taylor Energy in 2012, accusing it of withholding information about the leak's potential impact on the Gulf ecosystem.
LaKisha Ward-Green, 25, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and reckless driving in 2012. She served three months of a one- to two-year jail sentence before her attorneys appealed, eventually citing the GM defect that resulted in the Wednesday court decision.
The responsible parties "failed to take strong measures in response to the Ruihai company's illegal and unregulated actions, did not assiduously carry out their duties and issued business permits in violations of rules," the prosecutor's notice said.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles, targeted 10 of the world's largest car companies, including General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Volkswagen, BMW and Mercedes-Benz and several subsidiaries.
An EPA internal investigation determined federal and state regulators mistakenly concluded water pressure inside the mine near Silverton was not high enough to cause an accident.
In this episode, a mayo that isn’t, a crowdfunded vertical takeoff airplane and robots taking U.S. jobs.
The US. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said that it has received reports of illness tied to individuals eating the items.
Take a look at the process and details of what goes into building semi-tractor trailers, agricultural, and specialty vehicles in the automotive industry.
Syngenta confirmed that its board unanimously rejected the latest bid from Monsanto and reiterated prior concerns about regulatory hurdles and a price that undervalued the company.
The administration will officially submit its full budget request to Congress early next year.
The proposal would pair the GPS in vehicle navigation systems with a vertical movement sensor, which could identify when the car is jolted by damaged pavement.
Operators may not know exactly what is causing a problem with the equipment or how to fix it, but they do know that something isn’t normal,and chances are good that means it is affecting safety, quality, delivery, and/or cost.
This compactor depends solely on compaction force –approximately 150,000 lbs – to break down waste wood products.
Since 2000, Americans more than doubled their annual per capita intake of bottled water from 16.74 gallons to just over 34 gallons.