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“What happens in the Arctic, doesn’t stay in the Arctic”: rising sea levels risk 1.5m UK properties
13 October 2023
PML has contributed evidence to inform a report published today by the Environmental Audit Committee, with the report stating that rising sea levels -...
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PML welcomes Dr Richard Brinkman of the Australian Institute of Marine Science
12 October 2023
PML has a long-standing relationship with the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) - a world-leading institute in tropical marine research. ...
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PML proud contributor to the Ocean Breakthroughs
11 October 2023
Launch of the Ocean Breakthroughs: 5 pathways to catalyse action to achieve a healthy and productive ocean 
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Informing Biodiversity Restoration: PML at the SBSTTA
11 October 2023
Dr Matt Frost, Head of PML's International Office is attending the 25th Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA) of ...
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How space is helping to tackle societal issues
10 October 2023
This World Space Week we want to celebrate the ways in which space technologies are helping PML to address societal challenges across the globe: ...
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Solutions for Plastic Pollution in Small Island Developing States: Global Plastics Summit 
8 October 2023
Our Dr James Clark will be attending the Global Plastics Summit this coming week - held in Bangkok, Thailand - where he will be facilitating discussio...
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Meet the scientist awarded the first Trevor Platt Fellowship: Gayathra Bandara
7 October 2023
We would like to wish a warm welcome to Gayathra Bandara - the first scientist to be awarded the Trevor Platt Fellowship. As part of the Fellowship, G...
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PML’s Professor Pennie Lindeque awarded the Blue Planet Prize in Tokyo
6 October 2023
Professor Lindeque received the prestigious award this week alongside colleagues Professor Richard Thompson of the University of Plymouth and Tamara G...
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PML scientists contribute to advancing understanding of the ‘nitrogen footprint’
2 October 2023
This week PML scientists join the annual meeting of the UKRI GCRF South Asian Nitrogen Hub to discuss programme progress as well as help launch a bran...
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Unusual blooms in Scottish waters
28 September 2023
New study examines the conditions that led to two unusual coccolithophore blooms in Scottish waters during the summer of 2021. Using satellite data an...
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PML's contributions to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
25 September 2023
The 2023 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Summit takes place this week in New York. It will mark the beginning of a new phase of accelerated progr...
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Improved access to the longest marine time series in the world
22 September 2023
It's now easier than ever to utilise data from the Western Channel Observatory (WCO) ' an open-access time series that began in the Western English Ch...
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Friends of Ocean Action announces PML’s Prof. Steve Widdicombe as new member
21 September 2023
The group includes a range of ocean leaders including Sylvia Earle and Prince Albert II of Monaco
 
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Defra boost for ocean acidification research: PML funded to become Secretariat for the UN-endorsed 'OARS' programme
20 September 2023
The 'Ocean Acidification Research for Sustainability' (OARS) programme is designed to support the development of ocean acidification science ...
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Plymouth Marine Laboratory hosts 6th UK National Decade Committee meeting
14 September 2023
'Britain's Ocean City' welcomes the committee - whose members span the breadth of ocean science - to champion the UN Ocean Decade within the UK's Ocea...
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How healthy is the North-East Atlantic? Findings from the 2023 OSPAR Quality Status Report
13 September 2023
PML scientists have played leading and contributing roles to assessment reports on the health and status of the North-East Atlantic, published today (...
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Investing in the future: new careers in marine autonomy and robotics
8 September 2023
PML has invested heavily in its marine autonomous capabilities in recent years, with further backing in the recruitment of three new positions to deli...
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Did you spot these “unusual sea creatures” in Cornwall recently?
5 September 2023
“I have fished, dived, swam and kayaked around the coast for 50 years - and not seen them before.”
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Staff spotlight: Dr Saskia Rühl - Digital Marine Biologist 
4 September 2023
Dr Saskia Rühl recently joined us as a Digital Marine Biologist, but her journey at PML actually began much earlier than this - almost 10 years ago ' ...