A new video from the American Chemical Society explains the science behind superpowers.
This July marks the 70th anniversary of the first ever test of an atomic bomb in New Mexico. But a group called the Downwinders -- local residents whose homes were downwind of the blast site -- aren't celebrating the milestone.
By Jasmine Wright
Tokyo Electric Power Co. is finally ready to examine the inside of one of the three compromised reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant -- with the help of a remote-controlled robot that uncannily resembles a snake.
By Jenny Marder and Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Watch the Orion spacecraft launch live here on the PBS NewsHour.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
A Look Around the Ruins of Fukushima, Where Radiation Still Poses Danger…
Watch the video for some highlights of the year from our fearless science correspondent.
The day Japan reintroduced nuclear power to its electrical grid, an independent commission found the Japanese government at fault for the Fukushima nuclear reactor meltdown last year.
Fukushima's Food Fallout: Testing Groceries for Radiation in Japan…
One year after an earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, the country is still trying to recover and decontaminate land and buildings from partial meltdowns of three Fukushima nuclear reactors. In his second report from the region, science correspondent Miles O'Brien…
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