The coverage of our work in both scientific literature and the media reflects the relevance and influence of our science and research outputs.

Having a pro-active relationship with the media also reflects our constant drive to encourage an effective dialogue between the scientific community, policy makers, young people interested in developing a career in the environmental sciences and the wider public.

“What are we going to do about plastics?” PML science in Parliament

18 July 2016

Today PML scientist Dr Pennie Lindeque is giving evidence at the Houses of Parliament, Westminster to the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.

Future marine sanctuaries in a warming and acid world at risk from other human pressures

15 July 2016

Climate change and Ocean Acidification (OA) are two of the largest threats to oceans today.

A PML Perspective on Brexit

29 June 2016

Undoubtedly, the vote for the UK to leave the EU has created considerable...

Microbes with a big impact engineer their own environment

29 June 2016

Coccolithophorids are minute planktonic microbes that drift...

Can beach cleans do more than clean up litter?

17 June 2016

New study by Plymouth University and PML examines the well...

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.

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