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PML visits Australian Institute of Marine Science
15 August 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory's Chief Executive Professor Icarus Allen was recently invited by the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) to be pa...
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Ecosystem ‘health’ considerations help deliver a more precise approach for active marine habitat management and restoration
3 August 2022
A new study has been published to help improve understanding of the link between marine habitat 'health' and ecosystem service provision, by using com...
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory project awarded UKERC Flexible Research Fund
2 August 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the University of Aberdeen and have been awarded a round of funding for their joint project, 'The marine energy, biodiv...
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Remote sensing reveals lake response to European double heatwave
1 August 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory have contributed to a paper investigating lake chlorophyll-a (an indicator of algae) responses to the 2019 European double ...
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Dramatic changes in the abundance of phytoplankton in the North Atlantic
25 July 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory has led a study that has revealed dramatic changes in the abundance of phytoplankton in the North Atlantic over the last 60...
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Spotted! Floating Plastic Litter Detected and Categorised Using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
20 July 2022
A new AI technique pioneered by scientists at PML uses images from a vessel-mounted camera to identify different types of marine plastic.
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The State of South-West Seas in 2021
19 July 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory has contributed to the eighth report in the series, which brings the marine and coastal community together to record change...
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£3 million for new carbon capture project and pilot plant: SeaCURE
8 July 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory are part of a new carbon capture project that could pave the way for large-scale removal of carbon dioxide (CO₂) from the a...
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory successfully deploys state-of-the-art scientific data buoy off Plymouth
6 July 2022
The advanced technology is a key part of the Smart Sound Plymouth network of autonomous platforms. 
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Highlights from the 2022 UN Ocean Conference
5 July 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory scientists were delighted to have been able to play a prominent role at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, in recognition o...
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory contributes to UNESCO’s pilot 'State of the Ocean' report
4 July 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory';s Director of Science Steve Widdicombe has co-authored Chapter 2 in UNESCO';s pilot ';State of the Ocean Report'; - a much...
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How viable and safe is offshore carbon capture and storage (CCS)?
29 June 2022
The findings of a world-first pilot study involving marine system modelling and biodiversity scientists from Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) will hel...
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UN Ocean Conference focused on innovation to stop the rapid decline of ocean health
20 June 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) scientists will play a prominent role at the 2022 United Nations Ocean Conference from 27 June to 1 July in Lisbon, P...
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory reveals plans for the world's first long-range autonomous research vessel
31 May 2022
Plymouth-based M SUBS Ltd were commissioned to design the 24m ‘Oceanus
 
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Could you be part of our digital future? New digital science roles available at Plymouth Marine Laboratory
26 May 2022
Digital technologies are transforming marine science. PML is seeking candidates to be part of an ambitious team to harness the full potential of AI...
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PML selected by Turing Institute for new programme to tackle environmental issues using data science and AI
25 May 2022
The new expanded skills programme will involve ten UK organisations focused on solving a broad range of critical environmental and sustainability prob...
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'The Language of Life' disrupted by climate change
24 May 2022
Climate change is disrupting essential chemical communication processes between organisms ' 'the language of life' ' in all types of the Earth's ecosy...
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International scientists to gather for major air-water gas exchange summit
9 May 2022
The Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces (GTWS) meeting occurs every five years and brings together approximately 150 scientists from countries all over the...
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Urgent actions required to sustain future seafood consumption
27 April 2022
Climate change challenging the Ocean's capacity to provide, according to a new paper co-authored by PML's Dr Carol Turley.