Dive teams, submersibles, and robots explore a massive underwater WWII archeological site.
Month: May 2014
Did a lethal plague kill thousands in ancient Rome? Centuries-old DNA may hold the answer.
The Allies used silent wooden gliders to get behind enemy lines before the D-Day landings.
A chance discover during a game of rugby led Dutch POWs to an ingenious WWII jailbreak.
A crack team rebuilds a glider that POWs hoped to catapult off the top of Colditz Castle.
Marine biologist Patrick Rice is using rare earth elements to repel sharks.
In World War I, the Germans used cow guts to construct their deadly Zeppelins.
Flatfish larvae require light to swim upright.
A “cosmic fingerprint” reveals the universe’s beginning and gravity’s microscopic secrets.