Latest Fukushima News

Sharing the National Collection: Japanese artworks in Temora honour shared histories
Tiny Worms Tolerate Chornobyl Radiation
Anti-vaccine conspiracies fuel divisive political discourse
Potato plant radiation sensors could one day monitor radiation in areas surrounding power plants
Japanese scientists collaborate on self-healing ceramics for nuclear reactors
Measuring neutrons to reduce nuclear waste
Decoding How Brain Manages Appetite for Salt and Water
The Evolutionary Timeline of Diminished Boric Acid and Urea Transportation in Aquaporin 10
How Pitcher Plant Evolved with Tenfold Genomic Wealth
Why are dead and dying seabirds washing up on our beaches in their hundreds?
University of Manchester to lead Sellafield’s new Centre of Expertise in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Is nuclear the answer to Australia’s climate crisis?
Education project focused on engaging next-generation nuclear science professionals in Australia and Japan
Australia-Japan Ministerial Economic Dialogue Joint Ministerial Statement
CJPT strengthens efforts in Japan and Thailand to achieve carbon neutrality and solve logistics issues
Nuclear too costly, too slow, too risky for Australia
Opening flood gates at Fukushima
Statement on the release of ALPS treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant
Release of radioactive water into the Pacific highlights the danger of nuclear power
Defence hands $8.5 million to conflict-ridden consultant EY to design new nuclear submarine regulator 
UN experts say Japan has made strides on business and human rights, but must tackle systemic challenges
Final IAEA report on Fukushima treated water release
UN experts on business and human rights to visit Japan
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Pakistan, Japan and Sri Lanka
Le Conseil des droits de l’homme adopte les documents finals issus de l’EPU du Pakistan, du Japon et de Sri Lanka
Foreign Minister meets with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General
Overcoming nuke stigma through critical thinking
Mazda Joins Research Association of Biomass Innovation for Next Generation Automobile Fuels
Chernobyl was history’s worst nuclear disaster. Now it’s teaching geologists about the history of our planet
Toyota Launches the C+walk S in Japan, a New Form of Walking-Assistance Mobility
Aiming to Realize an Ever-Better Mobility Society, Toyota Mobility Foundation Selects Five Teams for the first half of 2023 to Work on…
Toyota to Accelerate Plant Decarbonization Efforts in Fukushima Using Hydrogen
Strong Microwave Magnetic Fields for More Efficient Plasmas
Exhibition by celebrated Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara opens at The Art Gallery of Western Australia
Radioactive waste isn’t going away. We’ve found a new way to trap it in minerals for long-term storage
Results of Joint Research into Hydrogen Energy Solutions Supported by the Toyota Mobility Foundation were Published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
Toyota Joins the Japanese Towns of Okuma, Futaba, and Namie in Carbon Neutrality Partnership
High school students study radiation effects at ministry-backed seminar
In Dialogue with Japan, Human Rights Committee Experts Welcome Provision of Public Housing to Same Sex Couples
Support for those displaced by Fukushima nuclear disaster must be unconditional, says UN expert
Synapse-related Genes in Microglia are Changed by Contextual Fear Conditioning
International perspectives tackle floods, bushfires
CJPT expels Hino in light of certification testing misconduct
Six Private Companies Establish “Research Association of Biomass Innovation for Next Generation Automobile Fuels”
Toyota Mobility Foundation Accepts Applications for Make Move Project, Contest of Ideas to Build Ever-Better Mobility Society
Commencing Social Implementation of Hydrogen for Development of Future Cities in Fukushima
Japan’s hidden landscape of violent crime
Toyota Announces Progress of Efforts in Super Taikyu Series