Is this the solution for many countries' water problem?
Four billion tons of uranium in seawater would fuel a thousand 1,000-MW nuclear power plants for 100,000 years.
A Portland-based teenager is gaining attention all across the country because of an experiment that began in the classroom. The Jesuit High School senior has figured out a new way to create fresh water from sea water.
A new study showed that increasing acidity of seawater could alter sperm competition among marine animals.
A new study revealed that evaporation caused by increasing temperature and tidal waves are making coastal zones saltier.
Good news! A team of scientists has created a way to harness clean renewable energy from estuaries through a three-atom-thick membrane.
Some diamonds found in Canada's Northwest Territories contain ancient seawater, according to recent studies. While these diamonds formed through processes like the precious gems we know, they are younger and uglier.