A newly developed process can turn jellyfish into super absorbent and biodegradable diapers and paper towels.
Fluttering, metal sea creatures could soon be sneaking their way through the cracks in your walls and snooping on your every move.
Finally, an ice cream that both tastes like, and looks like, jellyfish.
Jellyfish, beware: this robot locates, catches and shreds all you squishy little swimmers.
There it was, going about its business at 5,000 feet below the surface, terrorizing the other deep-sea creatures when all of a sudden it was caught on camera by an ROV. It tries to scuttle out of the picture like Bigfoot on a bad hair day, but that ROV operator stays with it.
Having a small fish tank on your desk is kind of cool, but it's also not that unique. Lots of people have fish tanks! But not many people have a jellyfish tank.
Jellyfish populations are growing all over the world, so a group of Swedish scientists is looking at ways to harness the power that makes jellyfish glow in various colors.
The tin-can style submarines made famous in The Hunt for Red October just aren't aesthetically pleasing and designer Taizo Doi agrees. This futuristic submarine design is Doi's work and is inspired by the jellyfish. Doi said he wanted the...