Capturing our Coast: Plastic Oceans Science and Social Evening
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Capturing our Coast: Plastic Oceans Science and Social Evening. Wine and Science at the MBA. Plymouth, 19 July 2018.
Project will examine impact of climate change in the Arctic
Micro-ARC, co-led by Dr Michael Cunliffe from the University of Plymouth and Professor Anja Engel of GEOMAR in Germany, aims to improve understanding of how short and long term environmental changes are affecting microbial ecosystems in the polar region
Scott of the Antarctic and the Marine Biological Association
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Scott of the Antarctic and the Marine Biological Association. Lunchtime talk. Plymouth, 12 June 2018.
15th MBA Postgraduate Conference 2018
What's on at the University of Plymouth: 15th MBA Postgraduate Conference 2018. Showcasing the latest marine biological and ecological research within the postgraduate community. University of Plymouth, 21-23 May 2018.
€1.9million project aims to open the ‘black box’ of marine fungi
Dr Michael Cunliffe, a researcher at the Marine Biological Association and the University of Plymouth, has been awarded €1.9million by the European Research Council to explore the role played by mycoplankton in the marine environment
Study shows seaweed succumbs to viruses
A new study by the University of Plymouth and the Marine Biological Association, published in the ISME Journal, is the first to describe viruses in kelps, which are important both ecologically and commercially