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.

PML scientist highlights marine stewardship in government report

06 February 2019

This week the Natural Capital Committee (NCC), an independent body that advises the Government on how to...

Plastic in Britain's seals, dolphins and whales

31 January 2019

​Microplastics have been found in the guts of every marine mammal examined in a new study of animals washed up on Britain’s shores.

PML and Exeter look forward to a sustainable future

29 January 2019

Building on years of collaboration, Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) and the University of Exeter (UoE) are...

£20 million to tackle nitrogen pollution

22 January 2019

The UK Government today (January 22) announces its commitment to fund a major international research programme to...

Antarctic krill population contracts southward as polar oceans warm

21 January 2019

The population of Antarctic krill, the favourite food of many whales, penguins, fish and seals, shifted southward during a recent period of warming in their key habitat, new research shows.

Introducing ALICE, ACRUISE, and DARE-UK

13 December 2018

Three exciting new projects have been given the go ahead this week, as PML scientists take on a number of important topics...

Microplastics found in all sea turtle species

05 December 2018

Tests on more than 100 sea turtles – spanning three oceans and all seven species – have revealed microplastics in the guts of every single turtle.

PML Chief Executive receives prestigious Oceanography Award

04 December 2018

Professor Stephen de Mora, Plymouth Marine Laboratory’s Chief Executive, was honoured at last night&rsquo...

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