from treehugger: After the problems at Fukushima, concerns about radiation contaminating fish stocks jotted up. And reasonably so. Many people were and are worried about the levels of radiation in the food they're eating. Designer Nils Ferber has come up with a concept design that would put diners at ease - a plate that glows as it detects radiation in your food. The "Fukushima Plate" is an "ordinary kitchen plate with built-in radioactive meter to visualize your food's level of contamination. It might become an indispensable tool of survival in the future."