Fukushima Clean-Up Robots, Boring Tunnels, DIY Tesla Powerwalls, And More
These cleanup robots can endure what would quickly kill a human.
Six years and $235 billion later, it’s already the most expensive disaster in history.
The last robot inserted into one of the reactors sent only grainy images before breaking down.
Five years after the disaster at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, Toshiba has now unveiled an amphibious robot that it plans to use to remove spent fuel rods and other nuclear waste remaining.
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