Iran shuts down most of its nuclear program
It's paying a technological price to get sanctions lifted.
The politics of nuclear technology, from Hiroshima to Iran
Iran's nuclear program is a big deal now, even though the relevant technology has existed for decades.
GE's robotic inspector dives in nuclear containment vessels
GE's 'Stinger' robot dives in water tanks at nuclear reactors while keeping squishy human workers at a safe distance
Japan to restart nuclear power tomorrow after energy prices soar
Japan's about to turn on the nuclear-powered lights again
Stuxnet worm entered Iran's nuclear facilities through hacked suppliers
You may have heard the common story of how Stuxnet spread: the United States and Israel reportedly...
Researchers developing reactor powered by nuclear waste
Nuclear energy could have curbed C02 emissions long ago if not for one problem: the waste is toxic...
US nuclear regulator hit by two foreign cyberattacks in three years
It's no secret that the White House is eager to protect the energy grid against cyberattacks, but...
Japan is building a huge 'ice wall' to block Fukushima's fallout water
No one can blame Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) for the earthquake and tsunami that wrecked its...
France's ANDRA developing a million-year hard drive, we hope our badly-written blogs live in perpetuity
Us humans have been quick to embrace digital technology for preserving our memories, but we've for...