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Scientists are using gene chips to monitor the effects of global warming on marine life. It’s time to get worried.
Turbines are being submerged in the East River to generate electricity from rapid tidal currents.
A New Jersey plant is planning to put ocean-floor carbon sequestration to the test.
A new technique provides clearer pictures of massive ice sheets–and better insight into future sea-level increases.
Combining the best characteristics of earlier systems, researchers have built a new type of autonomous deep-ocean explorer that could revolutionize marine biology.
Craig Venter sails his yacht around the world and returns with the genetic code for 6 million never-before-seen proteins.
The software now lets users dive miles beneath the ocean waves.
With sensors glued to their heads, seals have helped scientists understand the effects of climate change.
New imaging technique shows how fast inland ice is melting.