Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Visiting Scientist Feature: Mr. Halmi Insani

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Visiting Scientist Feature: Mr. Halmi Insani


Last week, we hosted Mr. Halmi Insani, a PhD student at Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute. Halmi is working on identifying all non-human primates (living and fossilised) in Southeast Asia, as part of his thesis on the evolution and adaptation of primates. One of the primate fossils to be identified was excavated from Java, Indonesia

Visiting Scientists Feature: January 2018


It’s been a great start to the year here at LKCNHM, with visits from old friends and new faces. Dr. Yang Chien-Hui Dr. Yang, Assistant Researcher from the National Taiwan Ocean University, is no stranger to the museum. She has visited LKCNHM numerous times in recent years, and was working on the shrimp and lobster

Visiting Scientist(s) Feature: Mammalogist Edition


In this feature, we give a short summary of the work of two mammalogists that have visited the museum a while back. Mr. Lim Tze Tshen Mr. Lim Tze Tshen is a research associate at the University of Malaysia, focusing on biodiversity conservation and vertebrate palaeontology. As a palaeontologist, Mr. Lim studies fossils, from common ones