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.

PML supporting largest ever survey of carbon stored in coastal seascapes

08 November 2021

Scientists from Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) are part of team of world-class ocean...

National Climate Science Partnership launched at COP26 to guide UK climate change policy

03 November 2021

Plymouth Marine Laboratory has joined forces with eight of the UK’s...

Study finds that climate change may make marine management initiatives unsustainable... but bright spots could help

02 November 2021

Researchers from six countries have investigated the impact of climate change on strategies designed to ensure the sustainable use of marine resources by multiple users. 

Robots for a 'Resilient Ocean'

28 October 2021

The use of autonomous ocean-going vessels, SMART platforms and other maritime technologies are in focus as part of a short film from...

Plymouth Marine Laboratory at COP26

27 October 2021

PML’s research and researchers played key roles at COP26 in Glasgow.

Plymouth Marine Laboratory endorses the ‘Ocean For Climate Declaration’ ahead of COP26

25 October 2021

More than 90 organisations are supporting the call to scale-up ocean-based...

Satellites detecting oil slicks

20 October 2021

A PML project using satellite data to detect oil on the sea’s surface has found significant oil spills occurring off the coast of West Africa.

PML Pioneer heads out to sea

15 October 2021

The PML Pioneer, a futuristic unmanned surface vessel, has been launched into the sea off the coast of Plymouth, where it will form...

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