Are nuclear disasters the new normal?
They just linger in a thick layer on the forest floor.
The reactor's makeshift tomb was only supposed to last until 2001
The first reactor-on-a-barge will bring power to Russiaâ€™s electricity-starved Arctic
Also, the universe's age has now been measured at 13.8 billion years old.
This metal-free antenna may help scientists find out, once and for all, whether cell phones cause cancer
Earthly skills like handwritten signature verification turn out to be useful on a cosmological scale as well
The Ocean Discovery XPrize competition announces its semifinalists
A few bright points throughout the year.
TESS will be the first dedicated all-sky exoplanet hunting satellite.
In the early 1900s, radioactive water was all the rage. Hard to believe smart people could fall for such twaddle--right?
Researchers have successfully tested a technique that uses melanin-coated nanoparticles to protect bone marrow from damage commonly sustained during radiotherapy
Or, why everyone is stocking up on iodine tablets
Metamaterials to the rescue once again
Mice exposed to radiation were more likely to fail memory tests and develop brain plaques associated with Alzheimer's.
Everything you need to know about electromagnetic waves in one poster