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Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

May School Holidays Special!

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May School Holidays Special!

The May school holidays have begun! Our Outreach and Education Unit are eager to share with you their new web-talk series, ‘Thursday Talk Shop’. Our Education officers will be inviting special guest speakers with expertise in natural or environmental sciences, and chat with them about their work experiences.   In our first session, we were

Public Talk by Undergraduate – Leshon Lee

Guess what’s been ruffling Polly’s feathers? While birds are one of the most understood group of animals in the world, underneath their feathery exteriors lie an incredibly diverse and hidden community of parasites called avian lice. Join NUS undergraduate Leshon Lee as he explores the strange lives of these much neglected and maligned insects, and

Marine Open House 2018

The rain last Saturday did not dampen the spirits of the crowd at our Marine Open House! Starting from registration in the morning, the air was filled with excitement and chatter. Throughout the day, visitors were taken on a learning journey under the sea, with various events focused on marine science. In his talk, “Wet

Feature Talk: Dr. Wong Siew Te

On Tuesday, Dr. Wong Siew Te, the founder of the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre (BSBCC) in Sabah, Malaysia, gave a talk in the museum on the ecology and conservation issues facing the Malayan sun bear (Helarctos malayanus), as well as the efforts by the BSBCC to conserve them. Here is a summary of the

Tue 29 Jul 2014: 7.00pm @ SBG Botany Centre – “Singapore’s Overlooked Marine Biodiversity” by Kevin Tilbrook (Wallace Lecture Series)

The Wallace Lecture Series presents Singapore’s Overlooked Marine Biodiversity Dr Kevin J. Tillbrook FLS Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford, UK Tuesday 29 July 2014 7.00pm – 8.30pm Function Hall, Botany Centre 1 Singapore Botanic Gardens (Tanglin Gate) RSVP at: Abstract Singapore stands at the gateway to the Indian Ocean, the South China Sea, and the