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.

BBC Weather World takes voyage into English Channel with PML scientists

01 September 2016

Weather World is presented by BBC Weather's Nick Miller and reveals the stories and science behind some of the year's wildest weather.

Microplastics – tiny fragments, big problem

26 August 2016

MPs on the cross-party Environmental Audit Committee have recommended a...

The ocean and its valuable role in reducing waste

02 August 2016

Humankind produces a large variety of wastes that are introduced into the environment either by accident or by design.

Helping satellites to better observe our oceans

20 July 2016

PML scientists are embarking on two new projects funded by the...

“What are we going to do about plastics?” PML science in Parliament

18 July 2016

Today PML scientist Dr Pennie Lindeque is giving evidence at the Houses of Parliament, Westminster to the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.

Future marine sanctuaries in a warming and acid world at risk from other human pressures

15 July 2016

Climate change and Ocean Acidification (OA) are two of the largest threats to oceans today.

A PML Perspective on Brexit

29 June 2016

Undoubtedly, the vote for the UK to leave the EU has created considerable...

Microbes with a big impact engineer their own environment

29 June 2016

Coccolithophorids are minute planktonic microbes that drift...

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