Science vs Plastic: Nurdles

Science vs Plastic: Nurdles

Parley Mexico is joining forces with researchers at the Austin Marine Science Institute to help track tiny pellets at the heart of the global plastic trade.

Ocean wonders: Nudibranchs

Ocean wonders: Nudibranchs

These incredible marine mollusks rank as possibly the most surreal, beautiful and otherworldly creatures on the planet.

For the Penguins

For the Penguins

To honor World Penguin Day, we’ve rounded up some things you should know about our feathered friends in the Southern Hemisphere.

Science vs Plastic: Detecting the threat

Science vs Plastic: Detecting the threat

Dr. Sarah-Jeanne Royer explains how researchers use infrared spectroscopy to identify different types of plastic and work out where it's coming from.

The Poop Loop

The Poop Loop

Ocean lovers, we implore you to go forth and fertilize the global consciousness by talking about whale poop. Here are your talking points.

Where did the oceans come from?

Where did the oceans come from?

To mark UN World Water Day, we explore where the Earth’s life-giving water came from and find out more about the so-called ‘second ocean’ inside our planet.

A lake full of golden jellyfish

A lake full of golden jellyfish

Ongeim'l Tketau lake in Palau is home to millions of harmless golden jellyfish. Every day, this miniature galaxy of marine life begins a migration in search of the sun.

Singing with the Whales

Singing with the Whales

The voices of whales are currently moving through interstellar space and the deep oceans. Let’s make sure they’re heard and protected.

Science vs Plastic: Corals

Science vs Plastic: Corals

Researchers at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment have found that corals actually like the taste of plastic particles.

Mapping Coral to Save Reefs

Mapping Coral to Save Reefs

Working at the intersection of art, photography, marine biology and computer science, a non-profit is working to create “open access oceans”.