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.

Are we underestimating microplastics in the marine environment?

19 May 2020

A new study, led by Plymouth Marine Laboratory, suggests an underestimation of microplastics in the ocean.

Acidifying oceans may threaten crucial links in Earth’s climate cycles

13 May 2020

A review of more than two hundred studies highlights where research needs to focus if we are to understand vital oceanic processes that can alter the Earth’s climate.

Solve invasive seaweed problem by turning it into biofuels and fertilisers

12 May 2020

Seaweed could produce sustainable fuels, chemicals and fertiliser while helping protect tourist hotspots.

How well can we predict the future Fish of the Day?

11 May 2020

An international team of modellers and researchers have collaborated to find out how reliable projections of today’s fisheries forecasting models are in the North-East Atlantic.

PML supports COVID-19 efforts in the South West and beyond

06 May 2020

Plymouth Marine Laboratory has supported COVID-19 efforts in the South West and beyond through donations of...

First successful study to detect marine plastic pollution using satellites

23 April 2020

A pioneering technique to detect plastics floating on the sea surface, led by scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, has been published this week in Scientific Reports.

Report calls for integrated approach to nature-based interventions

15 April 2020

Failure to consider the wider environmental impacts of nature-based interventions risks increasing global...

In memoriam: Professor Trevor Platt FRS

07 April 2020

It is with deep regret that PML has to report the passing of Professor Trevor Platt FRS, following a short illness.

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