Journalist and sailor Catherine Chabaud became the first woman to complete a solo navigation of the globe without any stops during the third edition
A school is much more than bricks and mortar. Indeed, some education establishments claim to be much better places of learning for not having walls
The American Turkish vessel AlvinMedica was the first to pass Cape Horn on the fifth leg of the Volvo Ocean Race but the day’s been dominated by the
Thousands of people gathered at one of France’s most famous sites, Mont Saint-Michel, on Saturday to watch what has been billed as “the high tide of
A destructive tropical cyclone is hurtling towards the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. Cyclone Pam has been upgraded to a category five
When Dr Laura Robinson and her team set off from Tenerife to Trinidad on a scientific expedition, they could guarantee that they would see parts of
Scientists are warning that the Earth's coral reefs could be extinct within 100 years or less if nothing is done to slow down climate change and
They’ve been flying through our skies for years.
Now, unmanned drones are hitting the high seas.
The Wave Glider is the brainchild of
The SeaOrbiter project which is headed by pioneering architect Jacques Rougerie stepped closer to reality after a crowd-funding initiative easily
Dolphins can identify with and respond to each other using a unique whistle, according to research published in the Proceedings of the National
In western Norway, scientists are testing autonomous devices that can detect and understand what is happening underwater.
Kyle Zhang, who is a
Farmed fish have a fresh list of ingredients on the menu. In the past, aquaculture relied on larger fish eating the remains of smaller ones. But the
South Korea has been celebrating the living oceans and coastlines. Yeosu Expo 2012 with its village of pavilions shows the country’s determination to
Jo Harmelin started diving in 1956. As a scientist he has noticed how the Mediterranean sea has evolved and he remains optimistic.
“Hello I’m Jo
Human activity is challenging our oceans´ ecosystems. Overfishing, pollution, coastal degradation and other threats are putting thousands of marine