Children are discovering the many and varied benefits of outdoor learning thanks to a partnership project being developed in schools across Devon.
Lack of bacterial absorption means common pharmaceuticals retain potential to cause damage in aquatic environments
More sophisticated methods may be required to assess the accumulation and wider impact of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals within the aquatic environment, scientists have said.
Residents living in towns and cities can play a major role in ensuring insect pollinators survive and thrive around them, a team of international scientists has said.
More than 700,000 microscopic fibres could be released into waste water during each use of a domestic washing machine, with many of them likely to pass through sewage treatment and into the environment, according to new research.
Foraging seabirds use oceanic fronts as an efficient means to forage for food, according to an international study that could help safeguard the future of protected species.
The recovery of beaches across the South West following the severe storms of 2013/14 is to be explored as part of a major new research initiative.
Historic changes to Antarctic sea ice could be unravelled using a new technique pioneered by scientists at Plymouth University.
A new research project from Plymouth University aims to improve successful prisoner resettlement by enhancing social acceptance through wider community engagement with the processes of desistance.
Increased sea temperatures could dramatically enhance and accelerate radiation-induced DNA effects in marine invertebrates, a new study suggests.
The first-ever footage of marine life colonising the UK's tallest underwater mountains has been obtained by scientists using advanced robotic technology.