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.

Warming world will affect fish size and fisheries

26 March 2018

Current fishery targets may become unachievable as the planet warms. 

PML contributes to major new report on the future of the sea

21 March 2018

​Published today, the Future of the Sea report investigates the role science and technology can play in understanding and tackling the pressures affecting the ocean.

Life begins at 30

14 March 2018

Three decades of regular marine environmental sampling pay dividends.

Government funding boost to British marine research

01 March 2018

A new project to foster the UK’s world-leading ocean science and better understand the value of the...

Indian delegation visits PML

01 March 2018

A prominent delegation from India visited PML to celebrate and promote collaboration between UK and India on marine science. 

First evidence that seals can consume microplastics via their prey

22 February 2018

​Microplastics can transfer up the food chain from fish to top predators, such as seals, reveals new research...

Progress in UK Environmental Prediction research

13 February 2018

​A recent workshop has highlighted the way forward for environmental predictions.

Predicting blooms and blockages

07 February 2018

​PML scientists are working with EDF Energy to provide an early warning system that can help prevent power-plant shutdowns.

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