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.

First steps to revolutionising waste water treatment

11 July 2014

"A significant amount of disease could be prevented especially in developing countries through better...

US-led summit on ocean exceeds expectations – and may deliver more

02 July 2014

The Our Ocean conference, organised by the US State Department, finally took place on 16-17 June in...

New ocean acidification animation launched

17 June 2014

Last weekend at the Festival of Nature in Bristol a new animation on ocean acidification, entitled "Oceans in Peril" was launched.

Seaweed thins as ocean moves towards acidity

16 June 2014

Observational and experimental studies in natural systems suggest that ocean acidification will alter the structure of seaweed communities.

Crowning glory for PML

13 June 2014

Last night in London, PML won the Environment and Conservation category at the 15th Annual Charity Awards for its Europe-Africa Marine Earth Observation Network (EAMNet) project.

Ocean heat and plankton patterns

12 June 2014

A closer look at 5 decades of marine observations throws light on the trigger for plankton blooms.

Plymouth scientists invited to Washington

10 June 2014

Two of the UK’s top environmental scientists have been invited to talk about the state of the world’s...

PML experts training around the globe on the sampling and analysis of ballast water

03 June 2014

Last month scientists from PML and its trading subsidiary PML Applications Ltd were in the Kingdom of Jordan to deliver national training on the sampling and analysis of ballast water. 

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