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Dr Claire Widdicombe showing HRH Princess Anne the work she does on a TV screen in the Flow Cytometry Facility

Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) welcomes HRH Princess Anne, the Princess Royal

14 July 2017

HRH Princess Anne visited PML earlier today where she was greeted by the...

CTD

UK scientists to explore Changing Arctic Ocean to measure climate change threat

30 June 2017

A new £10 million research programme to investigate how the Arctic Ocean is changing kicks off today with its first cruise to the Barents Sea.

Plastic waste on beach

Plastic debris and seaweed cocktail make oil

22 June 2017

PML researcher, Dr Mike Allen has been awarded a Catalyst grant from the...

Terence Lewis

Former Plymouth Marine Laboratory Chair of Trustees honoured with MBE

19 June 2017

Former Plymouth Marine Laboratory Chair of Trustees honoured with MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Microplastics in the marine environment

PML contributes to Science in Parliament

12 June 2017

Last year, PML scientist Dr Pennie Lindeque gave a presentation to the...

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The UN Ocean Conference, PML and solutions focus – New York June 5th-9th.

05 June 2017

Aiming to be the game changer that will reverse the decline in the health of...

Coral Communities

How will local communities cope with declining coral reefs? Coral Communities Workshop

10 May 2017

Coral reefs across the tropics face multiple threats to their survival, and...

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.

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