A Marine Biologist in Antarctica
  • National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside, Plymouth PL4 0LF

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What is it like to be a Marine Biologist in Antarctica? Particularly in the knowledge that so many amazing folk from Plymouth have already made their mark, investigating and understanding the life in the seas around this beautiful and inhospitable continent. 

Professor John Spicer from the University of Plymouth presents his reflections on living and studying marine biology in Antarctica, interwoven with thoughts on Plymouth's Antarctic connections, past and present.

This free event starts at 18:00 with the lecture starting at 19:30. 

Please note that this event is now fully booked (page updated 29 November 2017).

Email the NMA for any queries (enquiries@national-aquarium.co.uk) or phone 0844 893 7938.

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