- Mines physicist who apparently killed himself ID'd Updated: Nov-25-13 11:17 am
- Alabama scientists use ice to research space Updated: Nov-25-13 8:38 am
- Uncertainties abound in Fukushima decommissioning Updated: Nov-19-13 6:07 am
- Correction: Polonium Q&A story Updated: Nov-12-13 6:22 am
- Russian report stirs new confusion in Arafat death Updated: Nov-08-13 2:43 pm
- Scientists learn nuclear forensics Updated: Nov-08-13 12:40 pm
RAPID CITY, South Dakota - Authorities have identified a South Dakota School of Mines and Technology faculty member who apparently killed himself on campus.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama - The work by a team of international scientists including researchers from the University of Alabama to observe signs of subatomic particles from the farthest reaches of the Milky Way and beyond could provide clues about black holes, supernovas and other phenomena.
TOKYO - It's costly, risky and dependent on technologies that have yet to be fully developed. A decades-long journey filled with unknowns lies ahead for Japan, which took a small step this week toward decommissioning its crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant.
LONDON - In a story Nov. 7 about polonium, The Associated Press reported erroneously that there is no polonium in the human body. There are tiny, generally undetectable amounts of polonium in humans.
RAMALLAH, West Bank - Four investigations, hundreds of testimonies and stacks of medical reports on Yasser Arafat's unexplained death in 2004 have failed to produce hard evidence of what killed him - and findings presented Friday only created more confusion.
RICHLAND, Washington - A siren blared and lights flashed as an SUV drove through a radiation monitoring station at the HAMMER training center at Hanford.