A new Kickstarter campaign hopes to fund autonomous underwater robots that will navigate the depths to repair threatened coral reefs.
A key UV-blocking ingredient in sunscreen has been proven toxic to coral, contributing to reef death around the world.
The Queensland University of Technology is developing an autonomous robot to deal with the one of the biggest threats to the Great Barrier Reef: Crown-of-Thorns Starfish.
Copying turtle movements, this machine out of the Georgia Institute of Technology teaches how bio-inspired robots can shed light on scientific principles.
Scientists have developed special robots to trawl damaged coral reefs, transplanting healthy coral as they go -- but they need your help!