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 collaboration shortlisted for award

16 October 2013

A highly successful national programme, introducing oceans education to schools and contributed to by PML's Dr Helen Findlay, has been shortlisted for the Exeter Impact Award 2013.

23rd AMT research cruise sets sail

04 October 2013

The 23rd Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) research cruise will be leaving Portsmouth early next week with PML scientists on...

From outer to inner space – meet the scientists who use satellites to unlock the secrets of the ocean around us

04 October 2013

PML ocean scientists are celebrating World Space Week (4-10 October) with an invitation to members of the...

The fate of Mermaid's Tears

24 September 2013

PML and the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST) join forces on new ocean investigations.

IOC honour for UK marine scientist

24 September 2013

Dr Shubha Sathyendranath, a research scientist at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, has been honoured with an invitation to...

Why does the sea foam?

18 September 2013

What made you choose Marine Science as a career? What inspired you? These questions were addressed by European Marine Science Educators...

PML joins innovative phytoplankton diversity study

10 September 2013

Phytoplankton utilization of nitrogen in the surface ocean.

PML supports $2 million XPRIZE seeking new sensors to study ocean acidification

06 September 2013

PML has been named official supporter of the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE foundation, following the...

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