How robots and drones are aiding the cleanup effort.
Here’s what it’s like inside the melted down reactors of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
Think Game of Thrones, but this one is underground and defends against a far more realistic threat.
On March 11, 2011, the worst nuclear disaster in history hit like a bomb. Even now, robots are just getting close enough to see how bad it really is.
Commentary: Pockets of innovation, like a drone testing field, have some hoping the region sheds its notoriety. But it's not that simple.
As contaminated water continues to leak from damaged nuclear reactors, cold is the latest line of defense.
An intricate network of small metal pipes and scaffolding prevents fresh ground water from mixing with the toxic mess created along Japan's coast after 2011's devastating earthquake and tsunami.
The cleanup will take decades in places humans can't go. Robots will instead.
New robotics are being developed to tackle a never-before-seen problem.