By Ari Phillips on October 22, 2013
XPRIZE is turning its attention, and checkbook, away from the skies and space exploration, and into the seas, where climate change is wreaking havoc.
By Katie Valentine on October 3, 2013
The study finds a "deadly trio" of human-caused effects are proving disastrous for the health of the world's oceans.
By Andrew Breiner on September 20, 2013
Usagi, a super-typhoon, reached category 5 strength Thursday, and continued to grow past category 5.
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By Ari Phillips on September 13, 2013
Similar to fracking, the science and research necessary to establish the safety and overall impacts of seabed mining is lagging behind the rush to profit from it.
By Ryan Koronowski on September 12, 2013
It involves underwater robotic gliders.
By Jeff Spross on September 10, 2013
Shifting rainfall patterns may not replenish underground water reservoirs as quickly, and rising seas threaten to contaminate them with salt water.
By Jeff Spross on September 9, 2013
The X Prize Foundation has announced $2 million in prizes for teams that build more sensitive and durable equipment to measure ocean acidification.
By Joanna M. Foster on August 29, 2013
Healthy populations of sea otters could one day be worth millions.
By Michael Conathan, Guest Blogger on August 29, 2013
An alarmist blog post making the rounds on Facebook is telling people to stop eating all seafood due to possible radiation from Fukushima. It's wrong.
By Katie Valentine on August 27, 2013
The study adds to mounting evidence of climate change's threat to wildlife, both aquatic and terrestrial.