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.
2021 to 2022 has been a transformational year at the Marine Biological Association. Our new brand and website was launched in the summer. This bold new look has been created to reflect the integrity of our research, to inspire new generations of marine biologists and work towards our vision for a sustainable ocean for all. … Read more
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 Annual General Meeting (AGM) is how you, as a member, get to have your say in the running of The Marine Biological Association. You have the right to vote for those responsible for overseeing the delivery of our core aims and objectives as outlined in our Royal Charter. This years meeting will be taking place on the … Read more
We are just two weeks away from Young Marine Biologist Summit 2022. This year looks to uncover our Hidden Ocean. The event is open to all whether you are a Young Marine Biologist Member, fascinated by the Ocean or a teacher wanting to share with your students. We have a fantastic line up of speakers … Read more
The Marine Biological Association joined 120 local primary school teachers for an Ocean Science training day at the National Marine Aquarium.
Written by Kes Scott-Somme The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is arguably the biggest interactive science event in the UK. Open for free to the public, it lets cutting edge science projects communicate directly with interested individuals. MBA staff Joanna Harley, Patrick Adkins and Kes Scott-Somme went along to represent the project they work on; … Read more
Written by Joanna Harley On a sunny day in June, 37 naturalists and 27 school students joined forces with the Darwin Tree of Life Project (DToL) for the Marine Biological Association’s annual Bioblitz at Mount Batten Bay. The Bioblitz ran simultaneously between Mount Batten Bay, Plymouth and Little Sparta, Scotland, and the day was spent … Read more
It is with great sadness that we are announcing that two MBA members who played significant roles within the MBA, and therefore who some of you may have known, have recently passed away. Brief details are provided below. Sir Crispin Tickell, MBA President, 1990 to 2001 Sir Crispin Tickell, a career diplomat and environmentalist who … Read more