Surveying the pristine seas of the Pacific Ocean
Dr Keiron Fraser, Lecturer in Marine Conservation at the University of Plymouth, takes part in a month-long National Geographic expedition to study the impact of climate change on coral reefs in the Pacific Ocean
Facilities and resources
From dedicated computer laboratories to a wealth of electronic information, you’ll benefit from a range of facilities and resources that will help your learning and development, readying you for a career in civil engineering.
Scientific dive module and project work
University of Plymouth students who have completed the HSE Professional SCUBA course students have the chance to pick an optional module in scientific diving as part of their academic studies in the 2nd year of their degree.
Prerequisite training information
University of Plymouth - offering HSE Professional SCUBA diving course: Prerequisite training information
University of Plymouth: Employment opportunities and benefits of completing the HSE Professional SCUBA course
HSE SCUBA Diving Course
Information on University of Plymouth's HSE Professional SCUBA Diving Course.
Researching climate change in sub-zero temperatures
After graduating from the University of Plymouth in 2007 with a Marine Biology degree, Terri Souster worked for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) for ten years as a Marine Biologist.
Captivated by the deep
2017 European Rolex Scholarship winner and University of Plymouth Marine Biology graduate Mae Dorricott talks about her love of the marine environment
Prince Albert II of Monaco formally opens Plymouth University’s Marine Station
Plymouth University news: Prince Albert II of Monaco formally opens Plymouth University’s new £5 million Marine Station
Searching for answers on the other side of the world
Searching for answers on the other side of the world. Plymouth graduate Zoe Waring dives for data in the depths of Antarctica.