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.

Microscopic marine creatures may lose teeth as ocean acidification kicks in

22 July 2013

PML scientists meet with other top marine experts from around the globe in St Andrews, Scotland, this week...

Climate change support for businesses

02 July 2013

In May PML hosted the first marine-themed networking meeting on behalf of the Centre for Business and Climate Solutions (CBCS), based at the University of Exeter. 

PML scientist joins the UN General Assembly to explore impact of ocean acidification

15 June 2013

This week PML's Dr Carol Turley is joining the United Nations General Assembly to consider the impact of...

Algal biotechnology industry roadmap report published

06 June 2013

Industrial capacity to culture and extract products from algae in an economic and environmentally...

PEMSEA at 20 Years: Partnerships for our shared seas

31 May 2013

Bringing together East Asian countries in the last two decades, Partnerships in Environmental Management for...

PML takes part in high level talks on trans-Atlantic cooperation

24 May 2013

PML Head of Science, Dr Melanie Austen, is contributing to a high level EU meeting being hosted by the Irish Government (23/24 May 2013). 

PML scientists most cited in the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

16 May 2013

A paper by Dr Somerfield, in collaboration with Clarke, K.R. and Gorley, R.N., has been listed as the most...

Mid-ocean mystery explained

03 May 2013

PML's remote sensing scientists provide clues to explain apparent richness of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

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