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.

To understand the sea, focus on the seabed

02 February 2018

A new review, led by PML scientists, sets priorities for the benefit of future benthic research.

Global science to support coastal communities in SE Asia

01 February 2018

During January 2018 world-class experts from the South West UK attended the Kick-Off meeting for the Grand...

More progress on plastic pollution in the UK

10 January 2018

​Hot on the heels of the microbead manufacture ban, the 5p charge for plastic bags is set to be extended to small...

Celebrating 20 years of the Atlantic Meridional Transect

20 December 2017

​We are delighted to announce a special issue of Progress in Oceanography, celebrating 20 years of the Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT).

PML to lead major European Commission research project

13 December 2017

Plymouth Marine Laboratory can announce today that it will lead a £4.5 million project to carry out...

PML contributes to Blue Planet II

11 December 2017

The pioneering research of Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has been featured in Sunday’s ground-breaking final episode of the BBC’s landmark Blue Planet II series. 

Understanding a typhoon's toll

07 December 2017

​How much can tropical cyclones affect the amount of contaminants in coastal waters?

Water sports can support ocean science

08 November 2017

Coastal water sports are an untapped resource that could help scientists increase their understanding of the world’s ocean.  

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