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.

Marine environment vital for UK economy

20 July 2020

A new approach to understanding the UK’s marine economy changes our understanding of its importance, suggesting that...

Defra report features Westcountry research on health benefits of being by the sea

18 July 2020

Researchers at two leading Westcountry institutions have teamed up with Department for Environment, Food and...

Weather, time and phytoplankton blooms

16 July 2020

Computer models used to study important phytoplankton blooms can be affected by how often weather variables are input, a new study suggests.

PML announces new Head of Science for Sea & Society

15 July 2020

PML is excited to announce the new Head of Science for Sea & Society, Professor Nicola Beaumont.

Dr Tony Stebbing, BSc (Hons), PhD - In Memoriam

06 July 2020

Dr Anthony (Tony) Stebbing sadly passed away on the 2nd May from Covid-19 following a prolonged illness. Tony was aged 78 years and is survived by his wife Valerie.

Virtual Ocean Dialogues

01 July 2020

The first ever completely virtual global conference for ocean action, the Virtual Ocean Dialogues, took part (1-5 June) with Plymouth...

Satellites powering global science

18 June 2020

A new study co-ordinated by PML highlights the accuracy of satellite observations of elevation over a range of water and ice...

‘Demystifying interdisciplinary working’ report published

10 June 2020

Today a report from the Valuing Nature Programme, led by Prof. Nicola Beaumont, has been published to explore the opportunities and challenges of interdiscipinary working.

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