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Improved capability for predicting the future of our oceans

15 June 2016

A paper published with PML scientists outlines the new...

High Performance Computing at PML

15 June 2016

PML now has a new High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, allowing PML...

Explorer and Film-maker James Cameron to be first patron of PML

08 June 2016

PML is thrilled to announce that James Cameron, world renowned explorer, environmentalist and film-maker, has joined PML as its first patron.

New study from PML scientists reveals potential Offshore Wind Farm impacts

18 May 2016

Shelf seas comprise approximately 7% of the world’s...

New £1M facility to reveal the secrets of marine microbial communities one member at a time

06 May 2016

PML and the University of Exeter today unveil a state-of-the-art facility for the study of environmental microbes.

Science partnership to improve prediction of marine environment

26 April 2016

As an island nation, the sea has a deep and profound effect...

Marine science and the environment: what has the EU done for the South West?

26 April 2016

Membership of the EU has paid dividends for science and the marine environment say leaders of regional scientific centres of excellence.

Gases, Climate and the Southern Ocean

19 April 2016

A major Antarctic expedition will help PML scientists understand the importance of nitrogenous osmolytes in the marine environment.

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