24th May 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
A campaign has launched to help raise awareness of American lobster.
19th March 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
A new science publication has found no evidence of Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacting salmon welfare in Scotland.
16th March 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
Surveys using local information from fishers have been used to better understand marine life in and around Scotland’s network of Marine Protected Areas.
11th March 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
This week we not only celebrate British Science Week but International Women’s Day too, so this is a great opportunity to point you to an interesting article co-authored by our colleague, physical oceanographer and Scientist-in-Charge, Dr Berit Rabe.
8th March 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
Today is International Women’s Day – a global day to celebrate the achievements of women, and we are thrilled to highlight some of the achievements of the women that lead and play an important part in Marine Scotland’s success.
5th March 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
To celebrate British Science Week 2021 Marine Scotland has produced some new videos to put the spotlight on the importance of our seas, oceans and freshwaters. So join us to learn more about the seas and climate change and to find out what it’s like working in the lab. These talks are suitable for Secondary 2 to 6 pupils.
9th February 2021 by Marine Scotland Communications
Scotland is well known for our diverse flora and fauna, both on land and in the sea. Some of the most iconic species seen around our coasts are seals. Scotland is home to around a third of the world population of grey seals and around 5% of the world population of harbour seals.
29th December 2020 by Marine Scotland Communications
Berit Rabe writes about the SIC (Scientist-In-Charge) Pathway, a new initiative at Marine Scotland Science to provide a structured approach to training new SICs.
21st December 2020 by Marine Scotland Communications
A new online platform which assesses the condition of Scotland’s marine environment and the human activity it supports has been launched.
2nd December 2020 by Marine Scotland Communications
It’s not easy to learn about what is going on under the surface of the ocean, but a new study is exploring how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help Marine Scotland uncover the secrets under our seas.