Plastic trash is everywhere. And it's not going away.
A plastic bag was found at a depth of almost 36,000 feet in the Mariana Trench. Scientists say it's the world's deepest known piece of plastic trash.
As a young boy, I used to look at the stars and wonder about the adventures of people like Neil Armstrong. Years later, as
There's literally no escaping mankind's mess.
It's unbelievably mind-blowing to realize the sea is much deeper than even the loftiest part of land above sea level.
Here's what scientists recorded 7 miles beneath the surface of the ocean.
Jamieson told ABC News he's pretty sure it's a type of snailfish, though the scientists weren't able to capture any for further
An international team of researchers led by two University of Hawaii scientists took part in an expedition to Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the world’s oceans and found something fantastic.
We explored outward to the moon and outer space at the end of the 20th century, but we entered the 21st century managing to overlook this continent-size frontier right on our own planet.
If Life Gives You Sand, Make a Sand Castle Bacteria and archaea were not the focus of Gallo’s study, but I’d be remiss not