This year's Annual PlyMSEF Spring Public Lecture will feature a series of mini lectures from Plymouth’s marine institutes, showcasing current research in and around Plymouth Sound, the home of the UK’s first National Marine Park.
The free event will feature talks by the:
- Marine Biological Association – The Darwin Tree of Life Team will showcase their work on genome sequencing and Plymouth Sound.
- Plymouth Marine Laboratory – The PML team will discuss ‘Putting the smart into Smart Sound’ – a discourse through the observations of the Western Channel Observatory and the moves towards autonomy and digital twins.
- University of Plymouth – Dr Tom Stamp will present recent footage from Plymouth Sound, talking about how bass are tracked and where they go.
- Ocean Conservation Trust – Mark Parry will unveil the wonderful world of seagrass and the current restoration project in the Sound.
The lecture starts at 18:00 and is open to all. Registration is essential – please book your place via the National Marine Aquarium event page.