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Scientists awarded £2.6million to examine environmental impacts of biodegradable plastics

24 November 2020

Biodegradable packaging and products are seen by many as part of the solution to the global plastics crisis...

Ship exhaust emissions can alter the behaviour of clouds

23 November 2020

Emissions from ship exhausts can have a major impact on air pollution, weather and climate, however until...

PML scientists named as Highly Cited Researchers

18 November 2020

Two PML scientists have been named on the annual Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list from Clarivate, marking the second year PML has been represented on the list.

Pacific project will build a circular economy to target plastic pollution

18 November 2020

Scientists aim to tackle plastic pollution in the Galapagos Islands and wider Eastern Pacific in a major project based on cooperation with local researchers and communities.

Continued research detects mega-blooms

10 November 2020

Marine science research has not escaped the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and scientists have had to be particularly...

Understanding the chemical ‘language’ of plants and seaweeds under climate change

30 October 2020

A new paper highlights a ‘missing’ link and novel aspect of studying plant and seaweed responses to...

Meet the New Buoy

28 October 2020

It took three lorries to deliver the tower, floats and other parts of Plymouth Marine Laboratory’s new Autonomous Data Buoy; the buoy is a...

New research shows stricter regulation is needed on the fate of legacy, toxic antifouling treatments

21 October 2020

Recently published research provides clear evidence of the negative effect antifouling paint particles can have on marine organisms that live in or on the seabed.

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