In Beijing’s southwestern outskirts, past a four-lane overpass with sidewalks as wide as the streets themselves, is Zhengyang Road.
As the trickle of fatalities increased, state agencies scrambled to track deaths with varying degrees of delay. The data below reflects deaths on the date reported, and not necessarily the day someone died.
A modern digital artifact recreating the atmosphere of our favorite local bars to keep us company while it’s safe to visit them again. An initiative by Maverick Monterrey.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance, the most advanced robotic astrobiology lab ever flown to another world, neared the end of its seven-month, 293-million-mile (470-million-km) journey on Wednesday, hours away from a daredevil landing attempt on the Red Planet.
Feb. 15 (UPI) — Scientists have developed a new skin patch that can provide all-in-one health monitoring capabilities. The thin, flexible patch, worn on the neck, can track the wearer’s heart rate and blood pressure, as well as glucose levels.
THE Pentagon has admitted to holding and testing wreckage from UFO crashes in a bombshell Freedom of Information letter, shared with The Sun.
Screen-star handsome and fabulously wealthy, the African American banker turned maverick personifies the contemporary fintech pioneer. But the feds describe Arthur Hayes differently: a wanted man who “flouted” the law by operating in the “shadows of the financial markets.
After a decade of rapidly falling costs, the rechargeable lithium-ion battery is poised to overhaul the car industry, disrupt the power grid and challenge the dominance of oil and gas.
CARSON CITY — If you’ve got enough money, acres upon acres of undeveloped land and an “innovative technology,” you soon could be able to form a new own local government in Nevada. When Gov.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Could beating skin cancer in the future be as simple as a shot in the arm? Perhaps, according to a team from Yale University. Scientists are developing a skin cancer treatment applied by injecting nanoparticles directly inside tumors.
A Department of Energy (DoE) physicist has a new nuclear fusion rocket concept that uses magnetic fields to make thrust. It’s a far-out idea that could carry astronauts to Mars. The mechanism is already at play in Earth’s nuclear fusion reactors, as well as the solar flares of the sun.
Once upon a time, there was a zombie corporation named Game Stop ($GME). For the last few years, it has been circling the bankruptcy drain. Similar to Blockbuster, its business model, renting and trading video games and equipment, is going the way of digital streaming.
Music streaming isn’t just a big part of the record business: It basically is the record business.
My love of industrial design started at an early age. That love turned into an obsession when I watched Objectified for the first time more than a decade ago. Until then, I thought of designers as serious stark men donning all-black and working in all-white studios.
Wingdings is the font made entirely out of symbols. But why? It seems as bizarre as it is ubiquitous.
Tesla posted its first full year of net income in 2020 — but not because of sales to its customers.
If she’d waited to get vaccinated until it was her “tier’s” turn, Isabela Medina wouldn’t have gotten the Covid-19 vaccine until late summer.
Executives at Hyundai say they are still unsure whether collaborating with Apple on the “Apple Car” is a good move. Although Apple has yet to comment in any way, it has recently and repeatedly been reported that Hyundai — or its subsidiary Kia — will make the forthcoming “Apple Car.
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More than 50 million electric vehicles could be sharing roads in the next five years. Updating charging infrastructure is key to scaling the industry. E-mobility has reached a tipping point.