Lack of bacterial absorption means common pharmaceuticals retain potential to cause damage in aquatic environments
Plymouth University news: More sophisticated methods may be required to assess the accumulation and impact of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals in the aquatic environment, scientists say following a research project led by the University of Plymouth
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences - PhD student Thomas Robson
Thomas Robson's graduate profile
Ex-footballer named a 'Face of Chemistry'
Plymouth University News: Graduate recognised alongside Marie Curie and Michael Faraday in prestigious project
Report reveals seasonal iron depletion in UK coastal waters
Scientists from the University of Plymouth - contributing to the Shelf Seas: The Engine of Productivity report - have found that a lack of summertime iron could be having a major impact on the overall health of our coastal waters and shelf seas