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Seaweed helps to trap carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

23 May 2019

New research led by scientists from Plymouth Marine Laboratory shows, for the first time, the important role...

Plan Plastic gives PML 'Mussel Power'

16 May 2019

PML researchers have been awarded funding towards an innovative microplastics project through Plan Plastic: The Million Pound...

Seaweeds can attract friends and keep away enemies

14 May 2019

Two biologists from Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK) and the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel...

Focus on diver safety for pilot app

14 May 2019

e-shape (EuroGEOSS Showcases: Applications Powered by Europe), a new project coordinated by ARMINES and funded under the...

Once-in-a-decade review on observing sea states

07 May 2019

“Sea states”, or wave conditions, have been observed for centuries in ships' logs and other...

PML researchers educating from the Arctic

01 May 2019

AXA XL Arctic Live is launched for the sixth year running, livestreaming scientists’ field work on microplastics...

Identifying plastic hotspots from space

25 April 2019

Scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) are using Earth observation satellites to detect patches of marine debris...

Satellite service re-commissioned

10 April 2019

This week the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) re-commissioned a Plymouth Marine Laboratory-led service, which...

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