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Urgent actions required to sustain future seafood consumption
27 April 2022
Climate change challenging the Ocean's capacity to provide, according to a new paper co-authored by PML's Dr Carol Turley.
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Pioneering use of AI exposes the extent of microplastics in Arctic zooplankton
8 April 2022
A PML-led study and international collaboration with Germany's Alfred Wegener Institute which utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to identify microp...
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Could you be part of our digital future? Digital science roles at Plymouth Marine Laboratory
7 April 2022
Digital technologies are transforming marine science. PML is seeking candidates to be part of an ambitious team to harness the full potential of AI...
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PML response to new government energy strategy
7 April 2022
The UK Government's 'British energy security strategy' (published April 7 2022) sets out how Great Britain will “accelerate homegrown power for ...
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PML celebrates 20 years of marine science excellence as an independent charity
31 March 2022
Friday 1 April 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) becoming an independent organisation with charitable status.
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Losing the cover of darkness
26 March 2022
Study shows advances in street lighting are reducing the efficacy of coastal species’ camouflage
 
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Vodafone, Plymouth City Council and Plymouth Marine Laboratory announce use cases for world’s first 5G marine-focused testbed
24 March 2022
The Smart Sound Connect Marine 5G Mobile Private Network, deployed by Vodafone and operated by Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), is to be the world...
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PML scientists supporting international agreement on plastic pollution
4 March 2022
Professor Nicola Beaumont and Dr James Clark among the contributing authors of a brief issued by the North Atlantic Microplastic Centre (NAMC) to supp...
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PML highlighted for exemplar impact strategy
1 March 2022
A review of more than 70 impact strategies from organisations across the world has identified Plymouth Marine Laboratory as a key example of good prac...
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Major UN report stresses the need for urgent action on climate change
28 February 2022
Plymouth Marine Laboratory science contributes to the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.
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Sea ice concentration found to impact the exchange of gases related to climate
22 February 2022
A new study has found that sea ice extent has a profound impact upon the concentration of reactive organic gases and their exchange between Arctic wat...
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Leading UK marine scientists welcome the move towards a global plastics pact ahead of UN meeting
22 February 2022
The resumed session of the fifth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) - the world's highest-level decision-making body on the environment - is ...
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International Day of Women and Girls in Science
21 February 2022
International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11th February 2022) offers a chance for the scientific community to reflect on gender diversity in ST...
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Funding award will facilitate 'game-changing' advances in climate science at PML
12 January 2022
Support from the Wolfson Foundation will enable monitoring and improved understanding of air-sea gas exchange in unprecedented detail using autonomous...
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Night lights: New global atlas maps out artificial light at night under the sea
14 December 2021
As coastal areas become increasingly built up, concerns are growing about levels of artificial light at night (ALAN) and its potential impacts on the ...
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PML welcomes the enhanced role of Vietnam's Da Nang city in the sustainable development of the East Asian Seas region
2 December 2021
On 1 December 2021, Dr. Le Quang Nam - the Vice Chairman of the People's Committee of Da Nang City - was elected to become the new President of the PE...
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Dr Shubha Sathyendranath receives A.G. Huntsman Award
30 November 2021
Dr Shubha Sathyendranath, PML Merit Remote Sensing Scientist, received the prestigious A.G. Huntsman Award for Excellence in the Marine Sciences durin...
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Multi-million pound initiative advances the sustainable management of UK’s marine resources
23 November 2021
In the wake of COP26, the South West is to play a lead role in a major new initiative aimed at sustainably managing the UK's coasts and seas.
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What next for the ocean? PML welcomes incorporation of the ocean into COP26 Glasgow Climate Pact
19 November 2021
Following more than a decade of hard work by many parties and stakeholders, including Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), the ocean was incorporated int...