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Anti-aging drugs preserve spinal discs to target age-related back pain

Scientists have shown how so-called senolytic drugs that remove destructive senescent cells can prevent age-related deterioration of spinal discs, raising the prospect of a new opioid-free treatment for back pain in humans.

The WIRED Guide to Self-Driving Cars

How a chaotic skunkworks race in the desert launched what’s poised to be a runaway global industry.

Partnership to test magnetizable road concrete for electricity charging

The new development will explore embedding recycled ferrite particles into concrete as a more economical option for electricity charging on the road

Owning a car will soon be as quaint as owning a horse

The shift away from private vehicles will happen faster than we think

American Prairie Reserve Celebrates 20 Years, 420,000 acres and counting

In this spirit, we will be refreshing the American Prairie brand. While our mission and work remain the same, our look will be evolving to reflect the vast beauty and diversity of life that has captivated the prairie’s visitors for millennia. Stay tuned!

Electric vehicles: Think globally, sell locally – Electric vehicles dominate at Munich Motor Show

Almost 1,000 Montanans already own EVs. And Montana auto dealers are not only selling more of them all the time, they are also investing millions of dollars upgrading their facilities to service the coming generation of reliable, powerful, affordable green vehicles.

A massive fleet of autonomous EVs is being released in Colorado — Future Blink

Colorado is living in 2030.

Jeff Bezos Is Funding a Lab to Extend His Life

Can science cheat death?

3 cities enter accelerator program to help achieve 100% zero-emissions commercial vehicles by 2030

The three cities stood out based on their commitment and capacity; their collaboration with community partners; their commitment to equity and their realistic ambition for the one-year program.

Making Zero Autonomous Driving Accidents a Reality

For most Americans, self-driving cars will have to be far safer than their human-steered counterparts before they will let go of the wheel. Fortunately for all of us, technology is advancing—while remaining affordable—to get us to zero autonomous driving accidents.