NEW YORK – A 13-member panel of the National Research Council of the National Academies will launch a probe to seek possible causes of unintended acceleration in vehicles. The committee will be chaired by Professor Luis J. Lanzerotti of the New Jersey Institute of Technology and will hold its first meeting in Washington June 30-July 1. The panel, which includes engineers, scientists and auto safety experts, will examine vehicle electronic systems that could be possible causes of ...

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