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Drug Can Stop Radiation Poisoning Up To 24 Hours After Exposure
A new tool for emergency medicine
How The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Made Kids Fat
Kids in Fukushima are now the most overweight in Japan. Here's why.
Japanese Inquiry Declares Fukushima Crisis “A Profoundly Man-Made Disaster”
The Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission, an independent (well, duh) committee set up by the Japanese parliament to look...
Portable Gamma Camera Displays Radioactivity in Real Time
Tracking down radiation hotspots is tricky and time consuming because it’s hard to see where the problem areas are. Radiation...
To Monitor Radiation, Researchers in Fukushima are Enlisting Local Wild Monkeys
Researchers from Fukushima University in Japan are enlisting the help of some locals to monitor radiation near the damaged nuclear...
Fukushima Fallout Was Almost Twice as Bad as Official Estimates, New Study Says
This spring’s nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant released almost double the amount of radiation the Japanese government...
Friendly Humanoid Robot Asimo (May Be) Tapped for Japanese Nuclear Cleanup Work [Updated]
[Updated 2:25 p.m.] Honda sent us an e-mail saying the Asahi Shimbun report is “speculative.” “Although Honda hopes that ASIMO...
Japanese Elderly Offer to Take Over Fukushima Nuclear Cleanup
Older men argue they have less chance of developing radiation-induced cancer in their lifetimes
Cleaning Up Japan’s Radioactive Mess with Blue Goo
Paint it on and peel it off
Video: Robots Finally Enter Crippled Japanese Nuclear Reactor, Find High Radiation Levels
PackBots enter areas where workers cannot safely go