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Bio Pharming Kit May Allow Return to Radioactive Zones
10 december 2014
A speculative kit from artist-led think tank The Center for Genomic Gastronomy targets irradiated zones as next big growth center
Kids Geiger Counter Lets Fukushima Survivors Scan For Radiation
17 april 2013
'Peramos' is easy for anyone to use and understand, with LED lights and sounds for quick alerts.
NYPD Radiation Scanners Also Detect Concealed Weapons
28 january 2013
High-tech device sees through clothes to highlight guns.
Pantone-Branded Smartphone Doubles As A Radiation Detector
16 june 2012
The device uses the latest mobile technology to assuage fears of radiation exposure resulting from the meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
Haunting Alien Sounds From The Outer Atmosphere
17 november 2011
20 Hz probes the limits of perception in a visualization of sound directly from space.
ProPublica: New Army Study Reassures Radiation From Airport Body Scanners Is Minor
18 july 2011
X-ray body scanners that have adorned several airports raised health questions. Worried flyers can now relax as the radiation from the scanners has been proven not to cause cancer.
DIY Radiation Detectors [Video]
15 april 2011
DIY radiation detectors may reflect people taking safety into their own hands rather than relying on the government for information.
Chef Eric Ripert Scans All Food With A Hand-Held Radiation Detector
7 april 2011
Ripert is taking every precaution to screen out food contaminated by the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Japanese Nuclear Engineers Plug Fukushima Leak
5 april 2011
Workers stem flow of radioactive water into sea using mixture of sawdust, newspaper, concrete and a type of liquid glass. The Guardian
Tepco Struggles To Halt Radioactive Leak
4 april 2011
Tokyo Electric Power is struggling to block a crack in a pit that is leaking highly radioactive water into the ocean at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. FT.com (subscription required)
Electropollution: Are Cell Phones A Threat To Honey Bees?
4 june 2010
New research tries to find the reason behind the shrinking bee population.
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PSFK Speaker To Share How Data Makes Us More Human [PSFK 2016]
Service Uses Emojis To Fill Empty Tables At Restaurants
How Scent Can Become Its Own Form Of Communication
Hotel Brings Local Foods Directly To Your Room
3D-Printed Cheese Wants To Offer Healthier Alternative To Cheese Lovers
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
The Future of Cars Isn't Just Automated, It's 3D-Printed