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How OnStar’s connected emergency service adapts during a disaster
How the connected car service handles requests during states of emergency.
Emergency rooms push Medicaid patients out more often than privately-insured people
Gaps in access to quality medical care persist, despite laws against it.
What happens when a hurricane unleashes toxic chemicals? The EPA is putting off figuring it out.
Judges just ordered the agency to stop dawdling.
And now, a firefighter in Dubai drowns a car fire on a jetpack
Delivered by jet ski
Google Patented A Drone Rescue Service
Callstations for air support
The 15-Year-Old Who Builds Drones
Pittsburgh native Mihir Garimella won the Google Science Fair for his fly-inspired robot
Robots Are Terrible At Driving Cars
A Final Lesson From The DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals
For Autonomous Robots, The School of Hard Knocks Is In Session
The Future of Self-Sufficient Robots Starts at the DARPA Robotics Challenge
Ingenious Tourniquet Invention Saves Lives
An inflatable abdominal tourniquet recently revived two men who were moments away from bleeding to death. The device could have saved three soldiers per month between 2001 and 2010, the...
5 Ways Drones Could Help In A Disaster Like The Boston Marathon Bombing
Plus three robots that are already saving lives.