SEABOB F7' underwater jet-ski lets you swim like 007 Daily Mail Engineers have launched an underwater contraption which enables watergoers to 'swim like a dolphin' - similar to the jet used in the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball.
Economic Times Underwater Drones May Play Key Role in Malaysia Jet Search NBCNews.com It's Day 6 in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and despite the extraordinary effort of international search teams, no answers have emerged.
Daily Echo The incredible underwater photography that captures life under the sea Daily Echo “Underwater animals don't have the same innate fear of man as animals do on land, so unlike a deer in the New Forest or a fox in your garden, they...
Telegraph.co.uk Jeremy Wade: the underwater detective hunting river monsters Telegraph.co.uk Jeremy Wade might agree with the verdict of poet Ted Hughes that fishing "provides a connection with the whole living world".
Minerals trapped at the bottom of the ocean may be mining's next frontier. But retreiving them could be expensive, economically and environmentally. (Hydrothermal vents, too—formed by underwater volcanoes—store precious minerals.
CNN Fantasy meets technology in ocean resorts' underwater art show Yahoo Singapore News (blog) Two photo shoots were necessary to create each fantasy-themed piece, one using an underwater backdrop and the other taken in a studio with real-life...
Take your kids on a virtual Scuba dive/safari with these 6 animal webcam feeds Main Line Take your kids on a virtual Scuba dive/safari with these 6 animal webcam feeds. Published: Monday, March 10, 2014.
E&T magazine Fleet of underwater drones to map world's oceans E&T magazine A fleet of 16 autonomous underwater gliders will be sent off to explore the world's oceans as part of an ambitious research project by Rutgers University researchers.
Last week we introduced to you the totally awesome Exosuit, a $600000 atmospheric diving suit, capable of taking a human 1000 feet underwater at surface pressure. This means that the diver doesn't have to decompress ...
Swimmers enjoy underwater concert Telegraph.co.uk Sound travels 4.5 times faster in water than in air, which Cahen believes creates an illusion of the noise coming from inside the listener's head when underwater.