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PML’s Dr Shubha Sathyendranath Receives Prestigious Award
30 November 2022
The Knight of the Order of Cultural Merit recognises excellence in science
 
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PML scientist highlights need for dedicated plastic litter satellite mission
22 November 2022
Dr Victor Martinez-Vicente is part of PML's Earth Observation team which has pioneered techniques for remote sensing of marine plastics
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Dr. Ana Queiros wins the 2022 AXA IM Research Award for blue carbon as a Nature-Based Solution
17 November 2022
AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM), in partnership with the AXA Research Fund, has announced Plymouth Marine Laboratory's Dr Ana Queiros as winner of th...
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PML scientists recognised for world-class microplastic research four years in a row
15 November 2022
We are extremely proud to announce that PML's Prof. Pennie Lindeque and Dr Matthew Cole have both been named on Clarivate's Highly Cited Researchers L...
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Who Benefits From Marine Ecosystems? Major Funding for PML-Led ‘Economics Of Biodiversity’ Project
8 November 2022
The UKRI-supported 'Sea the Value' project is aimed at determining the economic, ecological and socio-cultural value of marine ecosystems.
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PML scientist leads Ocean Acidification Update of new marine climate change review
8 November 2022
Dr Helen Findlay, Biological Oceanographer at PML, led a team of internationally recognised scientists to bring together the Marine Climate Change Imp...
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"Terminal Diagnosis for Arctic Sea Ice": State of the Cryosphere Report 2022
7 November 2022
The IPCC has concluded that total Arctic summer sea ice loss is now inevitable, likely before 2050.
 
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PML scientists in Egypt for COP27
2 November 2022
The 27th session of the United National Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) takes place in Sharm El-Sheikh from 6...
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Funding boost for satellite ocean observation
2 November 2022
Additional funding has been awarded to continue satellite research that will ultimately help increase understanding of the important role of phytoplan...
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PML scientists contribute to Royal Society’s Geological Carbon Storage briefing paper
1 November 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory's Marine Systems Modelling team have contributed to the Royal Society's Geological Carbon Storage briefing paper, with the ...
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Eye in the Sky: How satellite data on algal blooms is supporting the marine economy
27 October 2022
Algae may be tiny but many in maritime industries know all too well the large-scale negative impacts some of these microscopic plants can have on busi...
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PML donates laptops to orphaned schoolchildren in Ukraine
26 October 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has donated a number of laptop computers for use by orphaned schoolchildren in the Black Sea coastal city of Odesa.
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Bright clouds and artificial intelligence help illuminate climate science
25 October 2022
A pioneering new study has been published that investigates global trends in ship emissions, using a novel AI method to catalogue over one million shi...
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PML’s Prof. Pennie Lindeque wins Volvo Environment Prize 2022 as part of a Southwest microplastics research collaboration
24 October 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) is delighted to announce that Prof. Pennie Lindeque, Head of Science for Marine Ecology and Biodiversity at PML, has ...