[Japan] Out at sea, a scientist holds a plankton sample up to the light and observes the shimmering contents. This sparkling spectacle is Continue reading Symbiotic plankton: providers or parasites?
[Denmark, Global] For the first time, ocean data from Northeast Greenland reveals the long-term impact of the melting of the Continue reading The melting ice makes the sea around Greenland less saline
[Malaysia] Many Mirians and tourists to the Resort City, especially photographers, were bedazzled by the discovery of ‘Blue Tears’ — a Continue reading Blue Tears – a concern to nature watchers
[Norway] A number of novel applications for the cultured marine plants are currently being developed in Norway, thanks in part to Continue reading Algae and plankton: how to cash in on the “new oil”?
[Global] Bring the power of the ocean to your beauty regime. Continue reading Ocean-inspired beauty products from Jo Malone, ESPA and more
[UK] Jo-Anne Chidley opened the first Beauty Kitchen in Glasgow to create 100% effective, natural, everyday luxury beauty Continue reading Nature’s newest beauty ingredient- Seahorse plankton
[Global] Plankton are incredibly important to the marine ecosystem. They also play a major role in providing the oxygen we breath. Continue reading Shawn McCall shows you how to collect and examine planktons
[Australia] Neon blue bioluminescent plankton is appearing more frequently and in areas where it hasn’t been seen in recent history, Continue reading Bioluminescent plankton
[Global] Algae (a term used to group many photosynthetic organisms into a rather heterologous mash-up) do not have a kind Continue reading Konstantinos Vavitsas: Algae as vessels for photosynthetic biology
[USA] Fifth-grader Kate Webb and Assistant Instructor Dana Eckert lean in close, comparing pieces of seaweed to an identification chart Continue reading Kids and their grandparents explore sea life together