According to researchers, we can expect a lot more of this sort of slimy event.
Awesomely terrifying, or terrifyingly awesome?
Space babies get major vertigo on Earth after a microgravity childhood.
Researchers in northern Asia are looking for automated ways to deal with jellyfish blooms.
It's got a three-foot bell and a whopping 20-foot-long body. Eeeep.
Artist Minsu Kim introduces synthetic biology to contemporary gastronomy.
It's 5'7" long and weighs 170 pounds. And it operates by itself. Video within.
Not actually ready for space, though--yet.
Despite being one of the most alien-looking things on Earth, the mechanism jellyfish use to swim is similar in some...
A robot petting zoo, complete with a flying robo-bird, plus the world's lightest material and an algorithmic dance-off
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