radiation

Advertising Thumbnail Sensor Measures Your UV Exposure

L'Oréal has developed a new battery-free wearable that detects sunlight

Design Temporary Tattoo Lets Wearers Know When To Get Out Of The Sun

This temporary tattoo informs the wearer when they have had too much exposure to UV rays

Technology NYCxDesign: Lighting Is Less About Bulbs, More About Sculptural Expression

Designers are pushing the limits of lighting through shape exploration and unconventional materials

Home Each Of These Lamps Is Modeled After A Type Of Pollen

An art team from the Zurich University of Arts turned six different pollen structures into 3D lamps with a color-changing light inside

Health Wireless Router Monitors And Diagnoses Health Issues

WiGait is a home device that measures walking speed to identify changes in a person's body over time

Work Bio Pharming Kit May Allow Return to Radioactive Zones

A speculative kit from artist-led think tank The Center for Genomic Gastronomy targets irradiated zones as next big growth center

Design Kids Geiger Counter Lets Fukushima Survivors Scan For Radiation

'Peramos' is easy for anyone to use and understand, with LED lights and sounds for quick alerts.

Innovation NYPD Radiation Scanners Also Detect Concealed Weapons

High-tech device sees through clothes to highlight guns.

Technology Pantone-Branded Smartphone Doubles As A Radiation Detector

The device uses the latest mobile technology to assuage fears of radiation exposure resulting from the meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Work Haunting Alien Sounds From The Outer Atmosphere

20 Hz probes the limits of perception in a visualization of sound directly from space.

Advertising ProPublica: New Army Study Reassures Radiation From Airport Body Scanners Is Minor

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.

Technology DIY Radiation Detectors [Video]

DIY radiation detectors may reflect people taking safety into their own hands rather than relying on the government for information.

Innovation Chef Eric Ripert Scans All Food With A Hand-Held Radiation Detector

Ripert is taking every precaution to screen out food contaminated by the nuclear disaster in Japan.

Japanese Nuclear Engineers Plug Fukushima Leak

Workers stem flow of radioactive water into sea using mixture of sawdust, newspaper, concrete and a type of liquid glass. The Guardian