A group of three bottlenose dolphins have been captured on camera playing in Loch Etive.
Scottish Association for Marine Science
At first glance it may not appear like the most appealing of delicacies - but the humble sea cucumber could soon be used to feed the world.
A woman who put her studies on hold to care for her ill mother has finally graduated - and picked up an award at the same time.
The first person to graduate with a doctorate from the University of the Highlands and Islands is a microplastics researcher from Wales.
An underwater robotic vehicle will go on an Arctic research mission deemed too dangerous for humans in a bid to help scientists understand the true extent of melting from Arctic glaciers.
The Scottish Association for Marine Science (Sams) is at the heart of a potentially game-changing new study into the environmental impacts of fish farming.
Creatures living in the deepest parts of the ocean have been feeding on microplastic particles for at least four decades, a study by Oban scientists has revealed.
Raising a baby while working part time is a tough enough job in itself.
A group of marine scientists has claimed the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour could drive dolphins away from the area.
Leading academics from the UK, Europe and the USA will explore new research and business opportunities at an international marine science and technology summit in Argyll this week.
Green-energy company Cella and the Argyll-based Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) have together achieved what is thought to be the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled flight.
There were a fair few material casualties of this winter's storms, in the form of homes, offices and cars.
Winter time in the Arctic sounds like a time of year for curling up and hibernating.
A leading polar scientist who is credited with helping to map Antarctica and has worked with the French Space Agency has retired.
A new project aimed at taking Scottish mussel production to a new level is about to kick off in Shetland.
Marine researchers in Oban have unveiled a statue of their former director on the first anniversary of his death.
A 10-day festival celebrating the wonder of the ocean got under way in and around Oban at the weekend.
The president of a Highland marine science institute has been awarded a royal medal for his lifetime's work studying glaciers.
An exciting new visitor attraction is opened in Oban today to shed light on some of the mysteries of the deep