Posted November 27 2015
The Marine Biological Association (MBA), an internationally-renowned research charity and Learned Society with a Royal Charter is seeking a Finance and Management Director (CCAB qualified). The post will provide overall financial and administrative service, including oversight of contracts delivery, to the Director and Senior Management of MBA and Trustees (MBA Council). The post will be […]
Posted November 26 2015
Applications for 2016 9-month placements are now open! The MBA is hosting two Lemur+ 9-month placements: Marine Heritage Outreach Trainee and Marine Heritage Education Trainee Interviews will be held in Devon on Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th February. The deadline for applications is 18th January 2016 at 12 noon. See the Project Lemur website for details on how to apply.
Posted November 20 2015
PLYMOUTH MARINE SCIENCE AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION 29th Annual Plymouth Marine Science Medal Lecture to be given by invited guest speaker Professor Lloyd Peck Thursday 26th November 2015, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University at 6:00 pm (arrivals from 5.30 pm) Lecture title “How well adapted are Antarctic marine species to extreme polar conditions?” The Plymouth Marine Science and […]
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation award $8M to Scientists to Accelerate Development of Experimental Model Systems in Marine Microbial Ecology
Posted November 12 2015
Professor Colin Brownlee, MBA Director, has received a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to develop Experimental Model Systems (EMS) in marine microbial eukaryotes. Read the press release from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Posted November 05 2015
The MBA receives many enquiries about work experience and as a result now runs a work experience week every July for school students aged between 14 and 18. Our 2016 work experience week will take place between the 4th and the 8th July. The deadline for applications is January 4th and successful applicants will be informed within a […]
Posted November 04 2015
02 November 2015 From January 2016, Marine Biodiversity Records, a journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, will be published by BioMed Central. The re-launched open access journal is now accepting submissions. Marine Biodiversity Records is a peer-reviewed, online publication with a focus on the rapidly changing marine and coastal environment. Dr […]
Posted November 02 2015
MBA Associate Fellow Olivia Langmead met His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco last week at the opening of the Plymouth University Marine Station. His charitable foundation funds the project ‘Marine Protected Areas: understanding how levels of protection mediate the flow of marine ecosystem services‘. His Serene Highness is an Honorary Fellow of the Marine […]
Posted October 29 2015
The Plymouth Marine Science & Education Foundation (PlyMSEF) – a charitable body, established to provide funds to enable students and early career scientists to attend scientific conferences and symposia or to attend advanced training courses or workshops in the marine sciences – is pleased to announce a call for Grant-in-Aid applications for 2016. A grant […]
Posted October 29 2015
The Marine Biological Association is looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral research scientist with interests in molecular microbial ecology. Applicants should have a PhD and a strong conceptual and practical background in the application of contemporary molecular microbial ecology techniques. Read the job advertisement for details of the post and how to apply.
Posted October 28 2015
PLYMOUTH MARINE SCIENCE AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION 29th Annual Plymouth Marine Science Medal Lecture to be given by invited guest speaker Professor Lloyd Peck Thursday 26th November 2015, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University, at 6:00 pm (arrivals from 5.30 pm) Lecture title “How well adapted are Antarctic marine species to extreme polar conditions?” The Plymouth Marine […]