Press office news tagged 'marine-biology'
Research gives insights into 17th century life in Plymouth
University of Plymouth news: Work to analyse finds from an archaeological dig on Plymouth's waterfront has featured on the BBC series Digging for Britain.
Could shipworms be destroying the wreck of Captain Cook’s Endeavour?
Dr Reuben Shipway, Lecturer in Marine Biology at the University of Plymouth, has just returned from Rhode Island having been able to dive to the submerged wreck where it was scuttled in 1778
Bluefin tuna tagged for the first time in UK waters with acoustic ‘residency’ tags
Bluefin tuna have been tagged with state-of-the-art acoustic tracking tags for the first time in UK waters as part of the FISH INTEL project, led by the University and funded by the EU’s Interreg France (Channel) England programme
Academic contributes to documentary exploring humans’ impact on the planet
Jason Hall-Spencer, Professor of Marine Biology at the University of Plymouth, is among the expert commentators in a new international documentary exploring the impact of overpopulation on marine, animal and human life
Students search for 100 ambassadors to help preserve the planet
A group of students from the University of Plymouth have begun the search for 100 young Ambassadors of Earth willing to take a proactive role in climate-related projects in their local community
Scientists release previously unseen footage showing environmental impacts of pot fishing
Scientists from the University of Plymouth attached video cameras to pots used by crab and lobster fishermen off the south coast of England
Future ocean conditions could cause significant changes in marine mussels
Scientists from the University of Plymouth have showed that increased temperature and acidification of our oceans could cause significant physical changes in an economically important marine species
Scientists repeat century-old study to reveal evolutionary rescue in the wild
Research by the University of Plymouth has showed that species may be able to evolve and adapt to rapid climate change.
Scientists appeal for public help with climate change technology project
As part of the EmbryoPhenomics project, researchers at the University of Plymouth are asking the public to play a role in developing cutting edge imaging technologies that will help us understand the effects of major threats to biodiversity
University of Plymouth awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for world-leading microplastics research
The University has been presented with the Queen's Anniversary Prize for its pioneering research on microplastics pollution in the oceans and its impact on the environment and changing behaviour.
University of Plymouth awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for world-leading microplastics work
The University has been awarded the Queen's Anniversary Prize in respect of its research into microplastics
Marine researcher and graduate meet Nobel-nominated climate activist
University of Plymouth researcher Imogen Napper and graduate Emily Stevenson were among those meeting teenager Greta Thunberg as she left Plymouth for a voyage to New York