Forget Shark Week. The box jellyfish is way more dangerous, and its mechanism for injecting venom can only be witnessed with a microscope.
No, this isn't the newest sandwich craze. It's about finding alternate food sources for aquarium-kept jellyfish.
Scientists at South China Agricultural University have genetically engineered pigs to glow green when under black light.
Korean researchers are developing seafaring robots that can shred jellyfish, which have interfered with nuclear power plants around the world.
Revenge of the sea? Thousands of moon jellyfish take down the world's largest nuclear reactor.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the Navy and Virginia Tech unveil a robotic jellyfish that looks like it could swallow a seal.
Using eight flexible legs and a soft web, a robotic octopus can scull through the water like its cephalopod inspiration.
That innocent-looking jellyfish floating along in the ocean may actually be Robojelly, a hydrogen-fueled robot surveillance jellyfish in development for the Navy.
Researchers are working on a robot that looks and moves like a jellyfish and powers itself with the help of high-tech materials and seawater. Surveillance and environmental monitoring are possible uses.
Researchers have created a hydrogen-powered robot jellyfish that could eventully create its own fuel.