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PHYS.ORG A new automated system detects cracks in the steel components of nuclear power plants and has been shown to be more accurate than other automated systems. 4 days
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System automatically detects cracks in nuclear power plants
SCIENCE DAILY A new automated system detects cracks in the steel components of nuclear power plants and has been shown to be more accurate than other automated systems. 2 days
Uranium from seawater factors into nuclear power
PHYS.ORG Trace amounts of uranium exist in seawater, but efforts to extract that critical ingredient for nuclear power have produced insufficient quantities to make it a viable source for those countries that lack uranium mines.... 21 hours
Toshiba warns of huge losses in US nuclear power unit
PHYS.ORG Toshiba hinted at a possible fresh accounting scandal Tuesday as it delayed the release of financial results but warned it would lose billions of dollars in its US... 7 days
Mastering a critical step in storing radioactive waste
PHYS.ORG An EPFL research project has developed a detailed profile of the sites selected to store radioactive waste from Swiss nuclear power plants. The project also helps identify sites that meet both safety... 6 days
Genes in albino orchids may hold clues to parasitic mechanism used by non-photosynthetic plants
SCIENCE DAILY How do plants give up photosynthesis and become parasites? A research team is using comprehensive analysis of gene expression in... 7 days
Genes in albino orchids may hold clues to parasitic mechanism used by non-photosynthetic plants
PHYS.ORG How do plants give up photosynthesis and become parasites? A research team in Japan are using comprehensive analysis of gene... 7 days
Non-invasive imaging technique accurately detects skin cancer without surgical biopsy
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering have developed a non-invasive imaging technique that accurately detects skin cancer without surgical biopsy. 1 week
'Scorpion' robot mission inside Fukushima reactor aborted
PHYS.ORG A "scorpion" robot sent into a Japanese nuclear reactor to learn about the damage suffered in a tsunami-induced meltdown had its mission aborted after the probe ran into trouble, Tokyo Electric Power company said... 5 days
Toshiba chairman resigns over huge nuclear business loss
PHYS.ORG Toshiba Corp.'s chairman resigned Tuesday after the company logged such massive losses in its nuclear business that it must sell its lucrative computer-chip business to avoid going belly-up. 7 days
Cracking under pressure is no problem for high strength self-healing cement
PHYS.ORG With an average life span of 30-40 years, the cement around geothermal production wells eventually cracks over time. Because wells with cracked cement are vulnerable to... 7 days
Efficient power converter for internet of things
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have presented a new power converter that maintains its efficiency at currents ranging from 500 picoamps to 1 milliamp, a span that encompasses a 200,000-fold increase in current levels. 2 days
New toolset evaluates economic impacts of ozone reduction policies for nine income groups
PHYS.ORG One of the two top air pollutants in the U.S., ground-level ozone is harmful not only to your health but also to... 5 days
Using historical herbarium specimens to track heavy metal pollution in the eastern United States
SCIENCE DAILY Plant specimens stored in herbaria are being used to explore important ecological questions. Researchers have now shown the effectiveness of... 2 days
Wireless power transmission safely charges devices anywhere within a room
PHYS.ORG A new method developed by Disney Research for wirelessly transmitting power throughout a room enables users to charge electronic devices as seamlessly as they now connect to WiFi... 5 days
[Report] Seagrass ecosystems reduce exposure to bacterial pathogens of humans, fishes, and invertebrates
Science Magazine Plants are important in urban environments for removing pathogens and improving water quality. Seagrass meadows are the most widespread coastal ecosystem on... 5 days
Aalborg University students develop new virtual reality rehabilitation system for brain injured people
NEWS MEDICAL A group of students at Aalborg University has developed a virtual reality rehabilitation system. Now they receive a grant from the Siemens... 21 hours
Photo Gallery: Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier Cracks
LIVE SCIENCE Pine Island Glacier, the longest and fastest flowing glacier in Antarctica, has calved multiple icebergs, as can be seen in a series of photos. 5 days
25 Weirdest Facts About the Solar System
SPACE.COM Our solar system is a bizarre place with its alien planets, mysterious moons and strange phenomena that are so out-of-this-world they elude explanation. 6 days
Enzymes aid rice plants’ arsenic defenses
SCIENCE-NEWS Rice plant roots have natural defenses against arsenic. 2 days
Biochemist's technique rapidly detects Ebola virus
PHYS.ORG In 2014, the most widespread Ebola virus outbreak in history wreaked havoc in Western Africa. The epidemic resulted in more than 28,000 reported cases and 11,315 deaths over 21 months. 5 days
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