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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.

Ocean Matters

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Latest News

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Global recognition for PML’s Earth Observation science

06 November 2015

This week the relevance of PML Earth Observation science has been...

Sir James Burnell-Nugent shaking hands with Prof. Terence Lewi

New Chair for PML

30 October 2015

Sir James Burnell-Nugent to follow Professor Terence Lewis as Chair of the Board of Trustees at PML.

PML scientists surfing and using the monitoring equipment

Surfing for Science

15 October 2015

Scientists investigate using surfers to monitor the coastal environment in an innovative study led by PML.

Sea turtles face plastic pollution peril

Sea turtles face plastic pollution peril

09 October 2015

A new global review that set out to investigate the hazards of marine plastic...

Map Showing Geographical Area of Collaboration

PML Chief Executive joins Sargasso Sea Commission

05 October 2015

The Government of Bermuda has announced the appointment of PML CEO Professor Stephen de Mora as a new member of the Sargasso Sea Commission.


Satellite technology puts ‘mussel’ into shellfish monitoring

16 September 2015

A PML led project involving a team of UK scientists is exploring the...

MERP fieldwork onboard the Quest

Making modelling count

10 September 2015

A new study with PML authors supported through the Marine Ecosystems Research Programme was...

Cold-water coral, Lophelia pertusa

Ocean acidification shakes the foundation of cold-water coral reefs

19 August 2015

The longest-ever simulation of future ocean conditions shows that the skeletons of deep-sea corals change...

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