Marine policy expert addresses Parliamentary meeting on post-BREXIT fishing landscape
University marine policy expert Dr Abigal McQuatters-Gollop addresses a Parliamentary briefing on the opportunities and challenges of UK fishing in a post-Brexit world
University research informs the Government’s ambitious plan for conservation
University research at the Marine Protected Area of Lyme Bay has helped to inform Defra's new 25-year conservation plan
University signs up to support United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
The University of Plymouth has signed a voluntary commitment to use its world-leading research and teaching to support the implementation of one of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals
National Lobster Hatchery: Conservation and Education
What's on at Plymouth University: National Lobster Hatchery: Conservation and Education. Lecture hosted by Plymouth University Marine Science Society. Plymouth University, 15 March 2016.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Science with Foundation Year
Build your skills and knowledge on this new four-year course (incorporating a foundation year).
FdSc Marine Conservation
Find out more about studying FdSc Marine Conservation at Cornwall College, as part of Plymouth University’s Academic Partnerships.
Marine students quiz government minister
Government Minister George Eustice MP has answered questions on the European Union’s fisheries policies and other marine conservation issues during an event at Plymouth University
BSc (Hons) Ocean Science and Marine Conservation
BSc Ocean Science and Marine Conservation course information
Leading scientists express concern over micro plastics in the ocean
Plymouth University news: Microplastics are becoming an increased concern because of their widespread presence in the oceans and the potential physical risks they pose to organisms.
Fisherman scraping the bottom of the barrel in the English Channel
Plymouth University news: Decades of overfishing in the English Channel has resulted in the removal of many top predators from the sea and left fishermen ‘scraping the barrel’.