Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered a way to freeze water solid even at high temperature that would normally set it boil.
For reference, it is larger than Mexico and if melted will create enough water to fill the Lake Superior, which is the largest of the Great Lakes in North America.
According to recent research, when water is heated and the temperature ranges between 40 and 60 degrees Celsius, it touches a "crossover temperature" and starts switching between two unique states of liquid.
New evidence points out that Mars might be too dry for life.
Makoto Murase from Japan developed his own urban water recycling system, which collected, filtered and kept rainwater in large underground storage tanks, preventing flooding of sewers and providing usable water for irrigation, toilets, washing and drinking.
A new research suggests that the lack of rust on a Martian meteorite means the surface is extremely dry. However, the researchers still believe that billions of years ago, there could have been water on Mars.
An international team of scientists have found a massive magmatic lake, about the same mass as some of the world's largest freshwater lake, hidden 15 kilometers beneath a dormant volcano in Bolivia, South America.
Psyche which is thought to be the a residue of a forming planet which was blasted off millions of years ago is situated 186 miles across and is thought to be composed of pure nickel-iron metal.
Experts say that although water is a key ingredient to life, too much of it may also hinder the complex evolution of life forms in exoplanets.
WaterSeer's is a low-tech, cheap atmospheric water condenser that creates pure water from the air without any power or chemicals via condensation.
Researchers draw inspiration from otters and beavers to develop new wetsuits.
Cassini data revealed ocean deep below Dione's icy exterior.
After suffering from the worst Legionnaires outbreak in the history of the U.s. in 2014 and disastrous water crisis in 2015, residents of Flint in Michigan are once again facing another outbreak. This time, it's an highly infectious bacterial disease called Shigellosis.
A new study published in Science shows that it is possible for bees to be optimistic, especially after being able to experience or indulge in sugar-concentrated water. The researchers want to find out if insects, just like people, are also capable of having positive emotions such as happiness.