MERP inspires the next generation

Published: 29 August 2017

MERP's Dr Ana Queirós visited the Plymouth School of Creative Arts to talk to children about careers in marine science, highlighting MERP research and the many ways in which art and science can be linked.

The students showed enthusiasm and interest in marine ecology research, as well as an impressive level of awareness in topics, such as ocean acidification and even the farming of kelp to combat climate change.

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