Coastal visitors urged to look for evidence of honeycomb worms
Seaside visitors are being urged to look out for evidence of a tiny marine creature this summer as part of a European research project led by Ifremer (the French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea) involving the University of Plymouth
Travelling to Antarctica
Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology graduate, Nadia Frontier, tells us how and why she is currently travelling to Antarctica
Coastal Ecology and Management
University of Plymouth Ecology and Evolution Research Group: Coastal Ecology and Management
Humans’ construction ‘footprint’ on ocean quantified for first time
Dr Emma Sheehan, from the University of Plymouth, is the only UK author on a new study which for the first time shows the full extent of human development in oceans
Amy Cartwright: making a difference to the marine environment
BSc (Hons) Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology graduate Amy Cartwright currently works as a Project Support Officer in the University of Plymouth Marine Institute.
Unlocking the secrets of Plymouth Sound
Plymouth University News: The beautiful and diverse creatures that inhabit Plymouth Sound are to be explored in an evening of entertainment organised by students at Plymouth University
Greta Reintjes: becoming a marine biologist
Discover how the University of Plymouth helped Greta Reintjes to follow her dream of becoming a marine biologist.
Thom Hunt – BSc (Hons) Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology graduate
Plymouth University alumni - Thom Hunt, BSc (Hons) Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology graduate