Jellyfish, beware: this robot locates, catches and shreds all you squishy little swimmers.
Gliding through the sea never looked more attractive than from the DeepFlight Super Falcon's cockpit. Anyone got a spare $1.7 million?
This ship throws its weight around, by generating its own waves inside the hull to counteract the rocking forces of ocean swells.
Once again, scientists are free to experiment beneath the waves
A group of Korean researchers have created a robot specifically engineered to mimic the physical dynamics of a crab in order to help it to explore the bottom of the sea.
Scientists have created a robot jellyfish designed to swim just like the real thing.
Ever wondered what a starfish looks like up close? It's hard not to get swept away by these amazing macro photos from Alexander Semenov.
The ocean weighs a lot. Probably. We're pretty sure it does, at any rate. Figuring out precisely how much the ocean weighs will help us to model sea level rise, and so some oceanographers want to go drop a scale into the Pacific and see what it says.
Few things could ruin a nice vacation more than accidentally dropping your fancy Canon DSLR into the ocean. But imagine your surprise if a year later someone found your camera sitting in the sea, and discovered that your precious vacation pictures were still intact.
For the first time ever, a BBC crew has filmed the formation of a brinicle under the Antarctic sea ice, a phenomenon they're calling an "icicle of death." If you're a starfish and you see one of these coming, you'd better run— or at least, do whatever it is that starfish do when they want to get away from something.