We’re taking our popular annual lates events online!

Join our charity, the Ocean Conservation Trust, as we bring together PhD students presenting their research and scientific discoveries.

This informal evening hopes to spark discussions of current work and interesting scientific issues.

Joining us for the event will be the inspiration Professor John Spicer from the University of Plymouth who will be compering the event along with our Ocean Discovery Rangers.

We’ve got three brilliant speakers for the night – the line-up is as follows:

Cordelia Roberts

From marsh to mid-Atlantic – journeying with fungi?

Katharine Clayton

Life finds a way – evolutionary rescue from climate change.

Chris Dwane

¡Que calor! What we can learn from snails on Spanish shores

How to book?

The event will be happening on Tuesday 23rd February at 6pm via Zoom.

Tickets are £3 and all proceeds will support our charity with our work and research.

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The National Marine Aquarium (NMA) is the UK’s largest aquarium, located in Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth. It is run by the Ocean Conservation Trust, a charity dedicated to connecting people with the Ocean.

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