Join us at the National Marine Aquarium for the annual Plymouth Marine Science & Education Foundation Spring Public Lecture on the 25th of May 2022.
Featuring a series of mini lectures from Plymouth’s marine institutes, showcasing current research in and around Plymouth Sound, the home of the UK’s first National Marine Park.
Featuring talks by:
Marine Biological Association – The Darwin Tree of Life Team will showcase their work on Genome sequencing and Plymouth Sound
Plymouth Marine Laboratory – The PML team will discuss ‘Putting the smart into Smartsound’-a discourse through the observations of the Western Channel Observatory and the moves towards autonomy and digital twins.
Plymouth University – Dr Tom Stamp will present recent footage from Plymouth Sound, talking about how Bass are tracked and where they go
Ocean Conservation Trust – Mark Parry will unveil the wonderful world of Seagrass and the current restoration project in the Sound
A pay bar will be available. The event is free but registration is essential.