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.

Study provides first holistic assessment of plastic pollution in the Caribbean

04 August 2021

The Caribbean is renowned globally for its stunning beaches and crystal clear ocean...

PML endorses UN vision towards achieving the ‘race to zero’ in ocean and coastal zones

28 July 2021

“It is 2050 and the Ocean is thriving and abundant ... activities have...

Climate-ready spatial management of UK marine habitats and resources

26 July 2021

Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) and partners have been successful in securing funding to...

New Chair appointed at Plymouth Marine Laboratory

14 July 2021

PML has announced the appointment of a new Chairperson. Janice Timberlake – who has been a Trustee of...

First-of-its-kind data buoy launched as part of multi-million pound Smart Sound fleet

05 July 2021

The culmination of two years detailed planning and development, a custom...

PML trials pioneering nature-based solution for the marine plastic crisis

05 July 2021

Scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory have launched a series of in-situ trials of a unique microplastic clean-up method using mussels as filtration systems.  

Understanding waves through satellite data

29 June 2021

A unique new study builds on understanding of how ocean waves behave in coastal areas, using data from satellite-based altimetry measurements.

Using remote sensing technologies to understand the impact of ocean acidification on a remote Arctic

22 June 2021

In a new paper published in Frontiers in Marine Science...

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