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Film crew and our director of science

We are committed to making our science accessible to a wide audience to ensure society understands the importance of the ocean to human health, wealth and wellbeing.

We focus our science communication activities around informing policy makers, environmental managers, industry, next generation scientists, stakeholders and the wider public.

Our team of science communicators lead many knowledge exchange work packages in research programmes and we provide a range of services including media relations, website development, social media, video production and the development of informative resources.

Latest news

Light pollution impacts sealife as much as climate change

28 April 2017

Scientists discover that light pollution has serious consequences for coastal animals, and it could get worse.

EU project to monitor Harmful Algal Blooms from space

27 April 2017

The Interreg France Channel England Programme (FCE) announced at the...

Guinardia delicatula - a marine diatom

From satellite to microscope

27 April 2017

The chains of ‘cells’ average about 50μm (5/100ths of a millimetre) in length, and...

Grant success

Grant success

20 April 2017

Latest figures from the Natural Environment Research Council, NERC show that PML continues to perform amongst the...

Plastics in marine environment

Proof of fish larvae eating plastics at sea

18 April 2017

PML scientists and colleagues from Plymouth University have verified and pictured...

The Fuji from Gotenyama at Shinagawa on the Tokaido, Katsushika Hokusai. Image from Wiki Commons.

Fellowship awarded to investigate El Niño impact on Indian Ocean ecosystem resources

20 March 2017

Dr Marie-Fanny Racault, Earth Observation Scientist at PML, has been awarded...

OA

Did previous ocean acidification studies underestimate impacts on coastal species?

17 March 2017

A new study with scientists from PML says that in order to better understand...

Coccolithophores

Fossil Plankton may be the key to understanding prehistoric climate change

07 March 2017

Ancient fossilised algae may be the gateway to understanding carbon dioxide...

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