MIT’s newest tech could make a big splash in the marine science world.
Last Tuesday, Oregon passed a first-of-its-kind measure that formally legalized mushrooms; hallucinogenic mushrooms!
Whether it’s a walk through the park or laying out in the sun, taking a break with mother nature can give us the recharge we need to rock out through the rest of the day.
A new method of water desalination allows scientists to produce clean drinking water in 30 minutes using the power of the sun.
A new robot designed by Georgia Tech proves that slow and steady wins the race. SlothBot will monitor the changing conditions of the climate and it’s built for the long haul.
Using a non-invasive tracking device attached to the seals back, scientists were able to collect data from parts of the ocean we have never observed.
Newly discovered ‘Super Kelp’ shows some amazing promise for mitigating climate change.
Researchers in Australia have figured out a way to grow colored cotton, eliminating the need to use potentially toxic chemical dyes.
Thanks to a missing piece of evidence, the origin of the giant sarsen stones at Stonehenge has finally been discovered.
Proteus is an underwater facility set to become the world’s biggest underwater base for scientific research.