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Let Them Eat Waste: The Microbes Helping To Clean Up Fukushima

Dealing with radioactive waste is a tall order, but the solution could lie with very small microorganisms.

KAIST Team Takes Top Prize In US Robotics Challenge

A South Korean team has walked away with the top prize of US$2 million in the 2015 DARPA robotics challenge.

Half Of Japanese Town Suffers From PTSD

Researchers found that eating right, exercising and going to work helped people in the town of Hirono to cope in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster.

Algae, Aquatic Plants Could Mop Up Radiation In Fukushima

Microalgae and aquatic plants can help to decrease radiopollution in the Fukushima area, according to researchers.

Fukushima Radioactive Plume To Reach US In 2014

The radioactive ocean plume from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant disaster will reach the US in 2014, according to a study.

300 Tons Of Radioactive Water Leak From TEPCO’s Fukushima Plant

Japan's nuclear regulators have raised the severity level of a radioactive water leak at the Fukushima plant from one to three on an international scale.

Fukushima Radiation Poses No Immediate Health Risks: UN Science Panel

Radiation exposure from the Fukushima nuclear accident is unlikely to result in future health problems, according to a new scientific report by the UN.

Google Maps Shows Japanese Town Two Years After Fukushima

Google Street View has released images of a Fukushima town that is facing a grim future two years after the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown.

Yukiya Amano Reelected As UN Nuclear Agency Chief

Mr. Yukiya Amano has been reappointed to a second term as Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

After Fukushima: The Future Of Nuclear Power In Asia

Before the nuclear disaster at Fukushima on March 11, 2011, Asia was seen as the nuclear powerhouse of the future, but the situation has changed since then, writes Vlado Vivoda.