The data captured by the cameras will not only help scientists understand the whale's feeding patterns, social habits and role in the Antarctic ecosystem, but as well as help them determine how any change in krill populations affect them. By understanding these, they will be able to come up with measures to help them survive.
German researchers have used 3-D printing to make a micro camera small enough to enter a syringe needle and get injected into the human body.
New Caledonian crows were caught on camera for the first time making innovative hook foraging tools in the wild.
Using an advanced infrared camera, researchers have made methane emissions visible. This may help monitor and measure striking levels of greenhouse gases.
Rambo the octopus is arguably one of the most unique (and inexpensive) photographers for hire in history. Charging a modest $2 per visitor, Rambo will snap your picture with a Sony Cybershot from her tank - a task she reportedly learned to do in only three tries.
Ever hate it when someone takes your picture? Well, in a bizarre new incident one camera-shy octopus stole a photographer's GoPro and turned the tables on the man himself.
An amazing new photo taken Monday captured the rare moment of a weasel "riding" on the back of a woodpecker, though it wasn't all fun and games.
New technology involved in creating Christopher Nolan's epic Interstellar is shedding light on the powerful effects of real life black holes and paving the way for astrophysics research, a new study explains.
In a stroke of good luck, a group of Canadian beachgoers has caught on camera orcas exhibiting rare beach-rubbing behavior, which still eludes scientists.
In a breakthrough study, scientists have created the world's fastest 2-D camera, able to capture up to 100 billion frames per second.
Ever wanted to have a bugs-eye view of the world? A digital camera with a lens that very closely mimics the compound eye of arthropods in all respects - wide-angle field of view of nearly 160 degrees, low aberration, high sharpness of vision, and infinite depth of field - has been developed by a team of scientists from University of Illinois.