Challenging Habitat
Pelican of London Figurehead. (c) Rohan Holt.

Marine Measurement Forum

The 65th meeting of the Marine Measurement Forum (MMF65) was hosted by Aquatec on the 30th November 2022. It’s a good space for exchanging news on research, ideas and developments across the marine measurement and ocean technology –… Read More

Common Dolphin

Nigel Welford – Star Scientist in Residence

Seas Your Future is not only taking teenagers on board for a voyage of sail training and personal development, but as part of the Ocean Science programme, are also giving young scientists the chance to gain experience with… Read More

Hayley helming the Pelican of London, August 2022. (c) C Braungardt

A Space for Personal Development

As our time at sea approaches a week, I notice a distinct change in the dynamic of personal relationships: they are marked by confidence. Confidence in the teenagers’ place within the team and confidence in their own ability.

View of Forbidden Plateau, Antarctic Peninsula. (c) Antarctic Quest 21.

Antarctic Quest 21 Science Reaches out to Schools with LikeToBe

It was such fun to do this webinar for school kids from different ages and I was truly astonished what well-considered and pertinent questions I was asked. Well done, all of you! There was one question I couldn’t… Read More

Cat Cameron following careful procedure to take snow samples for metal analysis by scientists at the University of Plymouth, UK

Metals in the Snow

Oh no (I hear you say) please, not another new story of contamination and its dreadful consequences! And yet…

View over the bowsprit of Pelican of London.

Ocean College Scientific Data

The tall ship Pelican of London is off the African coast and on its way across the Atlantic with a bunch of kids from Germany on their big Ocean College adventure.