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.

Cooperation to tackle plastic pollution

09 July 2019

PML researchers will be contributing to a new research project aiming to inspire international action to tackle marine plastic pollution.

PML scientists investigating in the Arctic

05 July 2019

Several PML scientists were on board the UK Natural Environment Research Council research ship RRSJames Clark Ross...

Tender Opportunity: New buoy platform to facilitate trials and validation of innovative marine technologies

02 July 2019

PML have operated a highly successful scientific data buoy programme within the context of the Western Channel...

The future of the Antarctic Peninsula

02 July 2019

A briefing note published today by the Grantham Institute looks at the expected impacts of 1.5°C of global warming above...

Smart Sound Plymouth to support next generation of marine technologies

21 June 2019

The Marine Business Technology Centre (MBTC) has officially launched Smart Sound Plymouth, a proving area for...

Choosy copepods avoid microplastic-shaped algae

13 June 2019

With concerns around the presence of microplastics in the environment growing, two new research papers from...

Prey patches increase seabird competition

05 June 2019

A new study involving remote sensing research from Plymouth Marine Laboratory suggests that in areas of the sea where...

Collaboration to stop idling coaches

29 May 2019

In November 2018, several PML scientists attended the AccessLab workshop in Plymouth. AccessLab is a new public engagement...

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