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Biggest ever Arctic research expedition sets sail

20 September 2019

UK research teams, including scientists from PML, are set to join the first ever year-round expedition into the...

Seabed carbon stores threatened by climate change and human activity

19 September 2019

New research suggests that some marine organisms are unable to cope with increasing carbon dioxide and low...

Blue Carbon possibilities

09 September 2019

Blue Carbon research focuses on the ways that oceans and vegetated coastal ecosystems, like mangroves, tidal marshes and seagrass beds...

Green turtles snack on plastics that look like seagrass

14 August 2019

Green turtles are more likely to swallow plastic that resembles their natural diet of sea grass, new research, supported by PML, suggests.

New technique can show links between prey and microplastics

13 August 2019

A brand new method has been developed by scientists at PML and the University of Exeter, in collaboration with...

Studying gas exchanges and zooplankton in the Arctic

08 August 2019

A research team, including scientists from PML, recently set off on a scientific cruise to the Arctic Ocean...

Antarctic krill use 'hotspots' for spawning and nursery of their young

24 July 2019

New research, published today in PLOS ONE and led by PML, has shown how Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), a...

​PML and PML Applications earn Health and Safety seal of approval

22 July 2019

Continuing PML and PML Applications’ pursuit of excellent standards of health and safety awareness and...

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