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.

New videos available

30 May 2014

PML has two new videos available for you to watch. You can find these videos below, or alternatively you can view these videos plus other...

MMO’s Chief Scientific Advisor visits PML

28 May 2014

Today PML scientists were delighted to host a visit from Dr Sam Burgess: Chief Scientific Advisor at the Marine Management Organisation (MMO). 

Director of Science talks food security at New York UN meeting

23 May 2014

PML’s Director of Science, Prof. Manuel Barange, has been invited to be an expert panellist at the...

PML contributes to Science in Parliament

20 May 2014

This spring, PML scientists presented to the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee on Marine Science at Westminster, focusing on marine matters of global relevance today. 

PML scientist awarded Professorship

20 May 2014

PML’s Head of Science for Ecology and Biodiversity, Dr Stephen Widdicombe, has been awarded a three year visiting...

Devon research centre shortlisted for charity award

09 May 2014

PML whose charitable aims include making science work for society has been shortlisted in the &ldquo...

Minister of State for Climate Change visits PML

01 May 2014

Today the Rt Hon Gregory Barker MP, Minister of State for Climate Change, and Plymouth MP Oliver Colvile...

New Open Access Repository for PML Research

30 April 2014

Research output from PML’s scientists is now available in a new open access repository, the Plymouth Marine...

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