Plymouth University Marine Station Open House Event
  • Marine Station, Artillery Place, Plymouth PL4 0LU

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Plymouth University invites you to a public open house event taking place at our newly-opened Marine Station.

Local residents, university students and staff and local marine and diving businesses and professionals are welcome to visit our multi-million pound teaching and research facility which opened in November 2014.

There is no need to book in advance, just come and have an explore around this state-of-the-art teaching facility at your leisure.

Opening times: 2.30pm-7.30pm.

All welcome. (Please note that there is no on-site parking at the marine station.)

Contact the Events Team for any queries regarding this event. Email events@plymouth.ac.uk / tel: 01752 586005.

About the Marine Station

A multi-million pound teaching and research facility that will enable students to learn about the marine environment before they head out onto or under the sea has opened its doors at Plymouth University.

Located on the city’s waterfront at Coxside, between the National Marine Aquarium and Queen Anne’s Battery, the £4.85 million, two-storey building, has bespoke facilities such as wet labs and aquaria where students will be able to study and store samples they collect in the field.

It will serve as the base for the University’s fleet of vessels, including the research vessel Falcon Spirit and sail-training vessel Take the Helm, and its fully-equipped SCUBA diving facilities will not only enable students to learn the skills needed to become scientific divers, but will also be a centre for professional diving training for scientists at organisations such as the British Antarctic Survey.

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