Science Communication Focus: Keeping your image use ethical and legal

Science Communication Focus: Keeping your image use ethical and legal

From using copyrighted images taken straight from the web, to images without attribution, it seems that many people simply aren’t aware that what they are doing is wrong - ethically or legally. In this short overview, we look at how you can obtain images that keep the image creators happy - the long arm of the law at bay.

What bivalve aquaculture does for us

What bivalve aquaculture does for us

With bivalve aquaculture dominating the marine aquaculture industry, the benefits it provides to local economies cannot be understated. But as Andrew van der Schatte Olivier, PhD student at Bangor University explains, “there is so much more to bivalve aquaculture than we currently think...”

Sea Stories: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Part 1

Sea Stories: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Part 1

It’s not often that a poem becomes not one but two movies, or inspired a song by Iron Maiden but Samuel Taylor Coleridge's ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ is one of those rare exceptions. It is a 7-part tale about the experiences of a sailor who has just returned from sea. It’s a tale of peril, of the supernatural, of the sea. Today let’s take a look at part 1, in which the mariner departs on his journey out to sea…

Join in the UK’s National Whale and Dolphin Watch this Summer

Join in the UK’s National Whale and Dolphin Watch this Summer

The UK is blessed with many different species of whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Join in the National Whale and Dolphin Watch to spot some of them yourself - and help with their conservation. No experience required!