They’ll be available as an option in Japan next month, beating the Audi e-tron’s digital mirror system to market. Replacing side mirrors with cameras has long been a concept-car flight of fancy, but Lexus
Science & Innovation A flake of stone from a cave in South Africa has experts debating when humans developed distinctly modern pursuits. Seventy-three thousand years ago, an early human in what is now
CRISPR might be en route to halting the progress of certain aggressive cancers. A new study finds that the gene editing tool is capable of limiting a common protein that enables cancer cells to keep reproducing.
The world's largest wind farm was just completed in the Irish Sea — and it's more than twice the size of Manhattan
The world's largest wind farm is up and running. Bigger than San Francisco, it powers more than half a million homes and sits in the Irish Sea, off the coast of England. The Walney Extension opened last
The evolution of EQ has roots in ancient Greece, but it only came to be well known in the workplace in the last 20 years. Emotional intelligence (EQ) is one of the most important skills candidates need
AnimalsWild Encounters Snakes have to weigh risk versus reward when taking down dangerous prey. AnimalsWild Encounters Even for a rattlesnake, a centipede bristling with legs and fangs is formidable prey.
The Army’s new weapon will look like a light machine gun, but will put M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank-style blasting power literally at the fingertips of U.S. soldiers. The new light machine gun will weigh
Scientists have designed a special type of drug that helps the body eat and destroy cancerous cells. The treatment boosts the action of white blood cells, called macrophages, that the immune system uses