Celtic Sea floating offshore wind

Research for future oceans

The University of Plymouth is perfectly positioned and equipped to substantially enable floating offshore wind developments in the Celtic Sea

Maritime Simulation Laboratory

Facilities that support businesses to develop, de-risk and deploy offshore floating wind

Aerial view of Plymouth Sound

Prime location for innovative marine and maritime research and development

Naval partnership

Partnerships that bring together industry, research and local government


We use our expertise and state-of-the-art facilities for action, working in partnership, and investing in people and skills to address the sustainable exploitation of our oceans.

Professor Judith Petts CBE
Vice-Chancellor and CEO, University of Plymouth

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Events coming up

conceptual scene: metamorphosis of our planet, transition from a green environment to the hostile and arid climate due to climate change
"What can I do about climate change?"

A carbon reduction symposium

23 September 2023 13:30 - 16:30

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