Our panel of experts de-bunk some suspicious sounding science.
Mekada fish can recognise each other – but only if their faces are the right way up.
Imagine a tiny, thimble-shaped creature, invisible in water - and deadly. Step up, the Irukandji jellyfish!
The ocean is a noisy place! Underwater acoustics explores what the watery world sounds like and what impact humans are...
Scientists in Perth, Western Australia are using drones to collect samples from whales to study their health.
The greatest migration on the planet occurs every day, in the ocean, and vertically.
Our lives ultimately depend upon some of the smallest life forms on Earth - the constituents of the ocean microbiome.
Marine month's special guest feature continues...
Looking at corals in the dark at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition.
Could corals migrate to deeper water to survive climate change?
We go in search of the whale shark.
Using satellites to track whale shark migration around the world.
Move over Question of the Week! It's marine month, and there's a new feature in town....
Oil spills can spell disaster for coastal wildlife, but can a sponge soak up oil spills?
Invasive species can damage local ecosystems, so how has a clam from the Gulf of Mexico ended up in Lincolnshire?
A coastal crustacean is an extraordinary time keep, but how?
We brought the beach to the studio... But what's the science to a superior sandcastle?
Is it a mermaid? A siren? ...Wait, is it a dugong?
How do animals in the deep blue sea manage to disappear?
How one species is already feeling the pinch of rising temperatures.
Could seagrass hold the key to cleaning up our oceans?
Why urban environments could be the future of conservation.
Why do some people also enjoy a cold dip at Christmas?
Emma Farley's work focuses on understanding exactly what the switches in
our genome look like, and how they...