Research from the MBA highlights the importance of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal, Life Below Water.
Aimed at early careers scientists, the PlyMSEF23 Conference welcomed marine researchers from across Plymouth to share their work.
The Marine Biological Association is taking steps to improve mental health support.
2023 started with a string of genome note publications by the MBA Darwin Tree of Life team.
Researchers from University College Cork visit NMBL archives to bring Maud Delap wider recognition.
The Darwin Tree of Life team at the Marine Biological Association have had the genome note for the turban top shell, Gibbula magus, published in conjunction with the Wellcome Sanger Institute.
The latest edition of our exclusive magazine, The Marine Biologist, is freely available until the end of January. The edition is supplemented by our latest podcast, in which Dan Laffoley and Daniela Sturm discuss the importance of Marine Protected Areas.
At the 138th AGM of the Marine Biological Association, members voted to elect three new Trustees. Below, we introduce Dr Mark Dickey-Collas, Angelique Pouponneau and Professor Carol Robinson.
The Marine Biological Association joined 120 local primary school teachers for an Ocean Science training day at the National Marine Aquarium.
An opportunity for a 3.5 year PhD has arisen.