A team of pain researchers studied the most venomous creature on earth to learn how venom works and what causes pain
Jellyfish undergo an amazing metamorphosis, from tiny polyps growing on the seafloor to swimming medusae with stinging tentacles
Danish researchers developed a new method to rapidly transform the soft umbrella-shaped jellyfish body into a crunchy treat
Researchers determine that US Atlantic sea nettle and the Atlantic bay nettle are individual species
For the last decade, zoologists have been battling over the question, “What was the oldest branch of the animal family tree?
A Stanford-led team shows how these ancient creatures' undulating motions cause water to pull them along, an insight that could spur new designs for underwater craft
Virginia Tech College of Engineering researchers are part of a national study that has cracked how jellyfish move with the lowest cost of transport of any animal. The findings will be used as researchers continue to design bio-inspired jellyfish for the U.S. Navy.