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Marine scientists are advocating for abandoned oil rigs to be preserved as artificial reefs to save endangered species.
Researchers successfully resuscitated bacteria from the South Pacific Gyre that were buried under marine snow for 100 million years.
California company Seatrec wants to bring their temperature-harnessing generator technology to underwater gliders.
A massive iceberg is expected to hit South Georgia Island. To assess the impact of the collision, researchers are deploying a pair of robot submarines.
Using CRISPR, scientists have identified a gene that could determine whether coral reefs are highly susceptible to bleaching or not.
Researchers used an underwater robot to explore a new coral reef near Australia. The coral reef is the first reef discovery in 120 years.
Using never-before-seen footage, researchers are learning more about how the remora moves around its hosts.
MIT researchers have developed an underwater, sound-based navigation system that could make it possible to map the entire ocean floor.
Researchers are putting lowlight 4k cameras on remotely operated vehicles to capture videos of deep sea bioluminescence.
Researchers discovered undescribed deep sea creatures, spotted rare fish, and gathered geological samples from the deepest part of the Great Barrier Reef.
Google introduced an artificial neural network that can locate whales in the ocean. They want to use it to keep the animals safe from ships.
NASA engineers are using swarms of underwater drones to learn about our most important and least understood natural resource.
The president of Kiribati announced a new plan to fight against sea level rise: raise the islands.
Researchers have discovered ultra-black deep-sea fish that can absorb over 99% of light. Their skin may hold secrets to creating new ultra-dark materials.
The Healthy Seas initiative removes wildlife-killing “ghost nets” from the ocean so that they can be recycled into useful Econyl yarn.
Researchers have found microbes in deep sea sediment millions of years old. Given food, they sprung back to life.
Aquanaut Fabien Cousteau has announced plans to build Proteus, the world’s biggest underwater base for scientific research.
We don’t understand deep sea coral reefs. Photogrammetry is the first step to unlocking their significance.