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

Visiting Scientist Feature: Dr. Tran Anh Duc

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Visiting Scientist Feature: Dr. Tran Anh Duc

Last week, we hosted Dr. Tran Anh Duc from the Hanoi University of Science. Dr. Tran is an entomologist focusing on aquatic and semi-aquatic true bugs, with a career spanning 15 years. Dr. Tran is no stranger to LKCNHM, having pursued his PhD under the advisory of the Head of the Museum, Prof. Peter Ng.

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

Visiting Scientist Feature – Dr. Dmitry Telnov

A while back, we hosted Dr. Dmitry Telnov from the Entomological Society of Latvia. Dr. Telnov is an entomologist with a research focus on two beetle families, Anthicidae and Trictenotomidae. As our museum researchers have collected a large amount of beetle specimens from recent survey efforts, we invited Dr. Telnov to the museum to provide

Visiting Scientist(s) Feature: Carcinologist Edition

After our previous feature on mammalogists, we are back with a feature on carcinologists from Taiwan! Dr. Shih Hsi-Te  Dr. Shih is a professor at the National Chung Hsing University in Taichung, with a research career spanning almost 30 years. Dr. Shih is also an old friend of the head of the museum, Prof. Peter Ng,

Visiting Scientist Feature: Dr. Jan-Frits Veldkamp

Recently, we hosted Dr. Jan-Frits Veldkamp from the Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden. Dr. Veldkamp is a botanist with a research focus on the grasses of Southeast Asia, with a career that has spanned over 50 years. He was here to examine grass specimens in the Singapore University Herbarium (SINU), as part of the research for a

Visiting Scientist Feature: Dr. Evan Quah

A while back, we hosted Dr. Evan Quah from Universiti Sains Malaysia, who was here to examine snake specimens in the Zoological Reference Collection (ZRC). Dr. Quah is a herpetologist with a research focus on the systematics and biogeography of Malaysian herpetofauna (amphibians and reptiles). He is also an Associate Editor (Herpetology) for the Raffles Bulletin