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10 May 2017
Coral reefs across the tropics face multiple threats to their survival, and...
28 April 2017
Scientists discover that light pollution has serious consequences for coastal animals, and it could get worse.
27 April 2017
The Interreg France Channel England Programme (FCE) announced at the...
27 April 2017
The chains of ‘cells’ average about 50μm (5/100ths of a millimetre) in length, and...
20 April 2017
Latest figures from the Natural Environment Research Council, NERC show that PML continues to perform amongst the...
18 April 2017
PML scientists and colleagues from Plymouth University have verified and pictured...
20 March 2017
Dr Marie-Fanny Racault, Earth Observation Scientist at PML, has been awarded...
17 March 2017
A new study with scientists from PML says that in order to better understand...
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