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Catapult extends UK Centres of Excellence network to South West

24 February 2016

PML is to be a partner of the new Satellite Applications Catapult South West Centre of Excellence.

 Sentinel-3 second stage separation

PML scientists use latest EU Sentinel satellite to study the oceans

16 February 2016

The third in a series of Earth observation satellites was launched by the European Space Agency, ESA this evening.

New Plastic Economy initiative

People’s Postcode Lottery supports New Plastics Economy initiative with PML and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

29 January 2016

PML is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Ellen MacArthur...

Satellites aid shark conservation

Satellites aid shark conservation

26 January 2016

Tens of millions of ocean-dwelling sharks are caught by fishing each year, causing catch...

Sea angling. Image courtesy of Dreamstime | Simard

Survey for sea-anglers

11 January 2016

Calling all sea-anglers! Have you ever thought about how renewable energy from the marine environment is affecting your angling?

Waves on a beach

Special recognition for PML marine climate change research

10 December 2015

A significant paper with PML authors has been handpicked to feature in a...

Beach with people and offshore wind farm in background

Understanding the impact of Offshore Wind Farms on human well-being

01 December 2015

The offshore wind industry has a broadly positive impact on human well-being, conclude two new reports.

Map of the Bay of Bengal showing the model domain (shaded), the position of river mouths in the model and the Bangladesh Exclusive Economic Zone. Diamonds show the position of rivers whose flow and nutrient loadings to the sea.

How will climate change affect marine fisheries in Bangladesh?

30 November 2015

Work by PML scientists has been published predicting how future climate...

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