Thanks largely to Hollywood blockbuster franchises, humanity seems to be in the grips of a global obsession with exosuits.
Using specially synthesized crystalline materials, scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have created a substance that is able to absorb and store oxygen in such high concentrations that just one bucketful is enough to remove all of the
Given they aren't covered by oceans, it's maybe not so surprising that we know more about the topography of the Moon and Mars than we do about Earth's ocean depths.
*Like right out of the scene from the Ron Howard 80's motion picture "Cocoon" Visitors from outer space or a natural phenomena? Surfers and early morning walkers were stunned to find thousands of 'alien eggs' on a Sydney beach this weeken
A new three-finger "extensor" will help divers manipulate objects as easily in water as in air. Just like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
Living on the bottom of the ocean is not a new concept. It's a theme that has been visited in literature, cinema, games, and even a few hotels have capitalized by offering underwater rooms.
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No one with red blood in their veins buys a sports car and hands the keys to a chauffeur, so one of the barriers to truly personal submarining has long been the need for a trained pilot,......
Triton oxygen mask allows underwater breathing without oxygen tanks
Chinese researchers say they are developing technology that would allow submarines to travel more than 750 mph. That's faster than commercial aircraft fly, and yes, it is possible.
In an unexpected discovery, hundreds of gas plumes bubbling up from the seafloor were spotted during a sweeping survey of the U.S. Atlantic Coast.
Chinese eye 'supercavitation' technology as future of underwater travel
Deep-sea explorers and scientists have long relied on the Alvin submersible, based in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, to visit the abyssal depths.
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This vertical structure will allow scientists to better study the ocean.
Plus, a tour of the underwater lab Aquarius
February 22, 2007 Recreational vehicles will come in many different forms in the future as a raft of developing enabling technologies spawn new categories of technologically-enhanced ground, water and aircraft
James Cameron's big-budget (and even bigger-grossing) films create unreal worlds all their own.
Authorities are all but certain Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down in the south Indian Ocean in water that may be as deep as 23,000 feet.
Next stop: ocean floor.
A Bottlenose Dolphin needed my help to get a fishing hook and line of it's left pectoral fin.
A fleet of 16 underwater drones are to trawl the world's oceans as part of a research project into mapping the world's oceans
Researchers attached cameras to the fins of sharks then set them free to do their thing
Scuba divers, Warren Murray and David Malvestuto, wrestled with a curious giant Pacific Octopus that tried to take their camera.
Li-Fi, the technology which allows light in the visible spectrum to be used to transfer data, will someday soon give us all super-fast Internet connectivity through our desk lamps.
A new study in the journal PLOS ONE has revealed biofluorescence in over 180 fish species and opened the door to the discovery of new fluorescent proteins that could be used in biomedical research.
The United States Navy is planning to launch its $56 million underwater drone project in 2014.
Give your legs a break from all that intense underwater kicking with these mini jet packs that strap onto your arms and propel you through the water. At least that's what S.C.P. Marine Innovation, a U.K.-based startup hopes to deliver next year.
David Lang is a maker who taught himself to become an amateur oceanographer -- or, he taught a robot to be one for him. In a charming talk Lang, a TED Fellow, shows how he and a network of ocean lovers teamed up to build open-sourced, low-cost underw