- Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (sometimes referred to as PML) in the city of
Plymouth, Englandis an independent collaborative centre of the Natural Environment Research Council(NERC). PML's Chairman is Lord Christopher Kingsland and PML's Chief Executive is Dr Stephen de Mora.
PML is an impartial provider of scientific research, contract services and advice for the marine environment, with a focus on understanding how marine ecosystems function and reducing uncertainty about the complex processes and structures that sustain life in the seas and their role in the Earth system.
As a truly multidisciplinary marine research centres, PML delivers highly innovative research and solutions for national and international marine and coastal programmes. The research at PML is timely and highly relevant to UK and international societal needs and its research, development and training programmes have at their core the mission to contribute to issues concerned with understanding global change and the health and sustainability of marine ecosystems.
To help deliver its knowledge transfer most effectively PML has a wholly owned trading subsidiary, PML Applications Ltd, which has been created to facilitate the exploitation and application of PML research and its products and to provide a more appropriate interface for working with end users, industrial and commercial partners.
Core Capabilities:Biogeochemistry and systems science, Health of the environment and human health, Sustainable ecosystems and biodiversity
Cross-cutting capabilities:Earth observation, Modelling, Microbial ecology, Molecular science, Blue biotechnology, Technical solutions, Socio-economics, Policy
The Plymouth Marine Laboratory was founded in 1988, mainly due to the recommendations of a House of Lords Report. It was formed by a merger of the Laboratory of the
Marine Biological Association(MBA) with the NERC Institute for Marine Environmental Research(IMER).
On 1 April 2002, PML changed from being a wholly owned NERC research centre to an independent organisation with charitable status.
* [http://www.pml.ac.uk/ Plymouth Marine Laboratory]
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