At a lonely research station at the end of the world, a group of hardy men and women have spent the last four months in total darkness. But they received a well-earned bonus recently, when a gorgeous aurora australis rippled across the southern sky. Read More >>
A team of researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology has built a new needle-like robot that can descend through ice-fields to explore the sea floor beneath —and this is the first footage it’s returned.
Attempts to study the rate at which these sheets move and melt have been hamstrung by conventional monitoring methods. That's why a team has gone ahead and connected one such ice sheet to the Internet of Things.