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04/25/2018 / By David Williams

Sun spots may be common and solar flares a regular occurrence, but they are still often worthy of taking note.

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-04-25-nasa-says-the-solar-flare-that-causes-radio-blackout-in-september-was-the-biggest-flare-in-a-decade.html

04/22/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The resumption of domestic production of plutonium-238 has led NASA to reconsider the use of nuclear power sources in its future

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-04-22-nasa-now-allowing-scientists-to-use-nuclear-power-sources-for-space-missions.html

04/20/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Ever since humanity’s first foray into space, our astronauts have had to contend with deep-space radiation. Scientists have done what

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-04-20-radiation-from-deep-space-is-intensifying-affecting-space-weather-and-space-travel.html

04/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Recently released three-dimensional models of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) give us a much better idea of the process behind these

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-04-13-solar-eruptions-send-shock-waves-through-space-3d-models-created-by-nasa.html

04/04/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

A dangerous radioactive element could be lurking in your tap water. It’s odorless, invisible, and tasteless but it’s affecting up to 170

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-04-04-170-million-americans-may-have-toxic-levels-of-radium-in-their-tap-water.html

03/28/2018 / By Ethan Huff

A new government study presents data to suggest that mobile phone use is detrimental to humans because of all the

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-03-28-studies-finding-increases-risk-of-cancer-from-cellphone-radiation-fda.html

03/26/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s not surprising that so many people have cancer nowadays. Carcinogens are in the water we drink, the food we

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-03-26-cell-tower-radiation-confirmed-to-cause-cancer-in-animals.html

03/17/2018 / By David Williams

Graphene has a number of unique and fairly interesting properties, among which is its ability to turn heat into electricity.

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-03-17-scientists-have-created-a-new-kind-of-radiation-detector-out-of-graphene.html

03/16/2018 / By Edsel Cook

As the U.S. moves closer towards increasing domestic mining operations of uranium, an EcoWatch article warned that bitter lessons about unreliable regulation

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-03-16-learned-lessons-toxic-mining-uranium.html

03/06/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Alaska’s famous Northern Lights have received a new and menacing visitor, reported The Daily Mail. Floating high above the Aleutian

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-03-06-mysterious-radioactive-material-enriched-with-uranium-found-over-alaska.html

02/16/2018 / By David Williams

It has been seven years since the worst industrial disaster in all of human history happened in Fukushima, yet its

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-02-16-more-melted-fuel-found-at-fukushima-7-years-later-underwater-robot-captures-images-that-prove-at-least-some-of-the-fuel-breached-the-core.html

02/15/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Revolutionary research has shown that hindering exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) produces significant symptom changes in 90 percent of patients

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-02-15-shielding-emfs-found-to-reduce-90-symptoms-in-people-with-autoimmune-disease.html

02/13/2018 / By David Williams

Hydraulic fracturing – more commonly known as fracking – may still be legal in many states across the U.S., but there’s no

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-02-13-fracking-waste-is-radioactive-and-endangers-human-health.html

02/13/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (BAS) has moved the “Doomsday Clock” 30 seconds closer to midnight, leaving us only

http://www.radiationscience.com/2018-02-13-is-doomsday-upon-us-scientists-have-set-the-clock-to-two-minutes-to-midnight-nuclear-threat.html