There is an ocean larger than all the visible oceans combined buried within the Earth's mantle.
MIT researchers have designed a concept for a nuclear plant that floats in the ocean, keeping it free from the effects of earthquakes and tsunamis.
Geologists find a gem, rich with water, that backs up theories that massive oceans lie deep beneath the Earth’s surface.
A flexible platform that sits just above the seabed uses the motion of waves to generate electrical power.
Captain Nemo could soon have faster Internet speeds than you do.
Scientists discover large eddies of water in Earth’s oceans that behave like black holes: nothing can escape their pull.
This thing is like a giant, plastic-eating Manta Ray.
DARPA's Upward Falling Payloads (UFP) program would plant stealthy robotic pods on seafloors that could float to the surface and deploy themselves on demand.
In 1997, the U.S. NOAA's Equatorial Pacific Ocean autonomous hydrophone array detected a "bloop" sound. The "bloop" was consistent with the sounds of an animal, but it was far too loud. It could have been aliens. Or a sea monster. Or aliens. But it's not.
The Guardian is reporting evidence of a geoengineering experiment that took place off the coast of Canada. Apparently, some American businessman lied to an indigenous Canadian community to get permission to dump 100 tons of iron sulphate into the Pacific in a scheme to make money from carbon credits. WTF.