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 Trustee Dr Bev Mackenzie supporting best practice in the shipping industry in new role at BIMCO

01 February 2021

Having opened a new local office in London, BIMCO - the world’s largest direct-membership organisation...

Statement highlights importance and impact of the ocean in a changing climate

01 February 2021

The UK Marine Science Co-ordination Committee (MSCC), of which PML is a member organisation, has released a Statement on The Ocean in a Changing Climate.

Science with impact at PML

21 January 2021

In the latest assessment of the UK’s research centres, released today, Plymouth Marine Laboratory has been shown to excel in the...

Special issue curated by PML researchers

20 January 2021

PML researchers were part of the curation team for a recently-completed special issue of Remote Sensing devoted to calibration and validation of satellite-borne radar altimeters. 

PML researcher joins NERC Science Committee

14 January 2021

PML's Professor Nicola Beaumont has become one of four new members of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Science Committee.

Research sheds light on diatom bloom formation

07 January 2021

Scientists have described how diatoms (a type of eukaryotic algae) can sense phosphorus, demonstrating a new role for calcium ion signalling in eukaryotes for the first time. 

PML involved in a new global-scale phenology study

14 December 2020

A study published today in Nature Ecology and Evolution sheds new light on the evidence for how climatic warming affects the seasonal timing within terrestrial, freshwater and marine food webs.

Season's Greetings from PML Group

14 December 2020

This year has been difficult for so many people due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re incredibly grateful to all key workers and those who have helped their communities during this time.

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