The complex fate of Antarctic species in the face of a changing climate
Scientists from the the University of Plymouth and the British Antarctic Survey present support for the theory that marine invertebrates with larger body size are generally more sensitive to reductions in oxygen
No more heroes anymore? Behind every pioneer there is a human story to share
No more heroes anymore? Behind every pioneer there is a human story to share. Dr Harry Bennett explores how the passing down of memories connects us to the past and the people who shape it.
Celebrating centenary of Shackleton's epic expedition
Plymouth University news: Centenary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s departure from Plymouth to be commemorated with three days of celebrations.
Film crews capture first evidence of leopard seals sharing food
James Robbins, a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth, has led a new study which showed up to 36 seals feeding at the same king penguin colony in South Georgia
Scientists complete first assessment of blood abnormalities in Antarctic penguin colony
Scientists from the University of Plymouth have contributed to the first study of immune and genetic stability among a colony of penguins living in a remote corner of southern Antarctica
Artist brings blend of innovative Antarctic artworks to Plymouth
Plymouth University news: An internationally renowned composer, multimedia artist, and writer is coming to Plymouth University to talk about a project which uses innovative new ways to explore the planet’s remotest continent