Research suggests the use of chemical dispersants hinders oceanic microbes responsible for natural cleanup
A huge amount of money, but the cleanup still goes on
Physicist Arden Warner's new process uses magnetism instead of toxic chemicals to mop up oil spills
Give these reptiles some love.
A new study discovered illness and birth defects among Gulf Coast fish nearly 16 months after the BP explosion.
Along with the death of scores of marine animals and seabirds, one of the main concerns during the Deepwater Horizon...
A newly designed metallic soap reacts to a magnetic field, a first in soap research that could lead to better...
The second-place finalist did a little more than half that well
Rainbow-tinted slicks and globules of oil have been cropping up in the Gulf of Mexico during the past 10 days...
Advanced ocean science tech helps researchers study the spill
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