- Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research is no more
- The Professor Who Helped Raise SGD$46m to Establish the New Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
- Man of Science and Dreams – ST article 21st March 2014
- Over 500,000 specimens are being prepared for the BIG move! – zbNOW 5 March 2014
- Singapore Biodiversity Records: The Curious Incident of the Snake in the Hostel Shoe Cupboard
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- Thu, 24 Apr 2014, 3.00pm @ CR1: The giant jellyfish (Nemopilema nomurai) blooms in the East Asian Marginal Seas 17 April 2014
- Thu, 17 Apr 2014, 3.00pm @ CR1: Zarina Zainul on “The Early Biofilm Community of Antifouling Surfaces in Static and Shear Conditions” 15 April 2014
- Job: Laboratory Officer (with field work and teaching support; deadline 15 May 2014) 14 April 2014
- Calling EVB Honours students: Stand by poster at the Evening of Biodiversity! (Wed 16 Apr 2014 @ LT25) 11 April 2014
- Tue, 15 Apr 2014, 4.00pm @ CR1: Michiel van Breugel on “Pathways, Dynamics and Mechanisms of Secondary Forest Succession in Tropical Human-modified Landscapes” 10 April 2014
- Invitation to An Evening of Biodiversity: “The Secret Lives of Mammals in Singapore”, Wed 16 Apr 2014: 6.30pm @ NUS LT25 8 April 2014
- Undergrad part-time lab assistants wanted (April-Dec 2014) 1 April 2014
- Friday, 04 Apr 2014, 4.00pm @ CR1: David Taylor on “Environmental changes on the Virunga volcanoes” 28 March 2014
- 3-week consultancy job (immediate start) for students/nature enthusiasts for a BIA study 23 March 2014
- Anuj Jain awarded the Joan Mosenthal DeWind grant for Lepidoptera conservation! 20 March 2014
- Kang Ting from RGS writes about her guiding experience at Venus Loop 18 April 2014
- Love MacRitchie Walk – can this mushroom be eaten? 7 April 2014
- Love MacRitchie Walk – kampung games and ethical wildlife photography 26 March 2014
- Love MacRitchie Walk at Prunus-Petai Trail – Forest in bloom! 14 March 2014
- First Love MacRitchie Walk of 2014: Macaques, drongos and bird waves 27 February 2014
- Toddycats HOWL 9: the museum, our logo, endemic crabs, Singapore flowering, otters and a song 26 February 2014
- Toddycats Howl 9 on Wed 26 Feb 2014: 7.00pm 25 February 2014
- Toddycats’ MacRitchie forest walks in 2014 11 February 2014
- Toddycats are back with Love MacRitchie Walks 2014! 7 February 2014
- Preparing for 2014 and beyond! 23 January 2014
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Host-parasite arms races and eff mimicry through avian eyes – Dr. Martin Stevens (Dept of Zoology, University of Cambridge)
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Dear All, The RMBR Facebook Page is up! Click on image for larger view. Please click HERE to be directed to the page and click the “like” button!
The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology Vol. 59(1) is now available for download. Click on image for larger view. To download pdf of cover, please click HERE. To download articles from this Vol 59(1), please click HERE.
From left: Ms Fazimah Aziz & Ms Hasmahzaiti Omar Ms Fazimah Aziz and Ms Hasmahzaiti Omar visited the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research from the 22nd to the 25th of February 2011 to collect data from our specimens. Both ladies … Continue reading
Fauna & Flora International: Senior Project Manager, Cambodia Payments for Ecosystem Services Project Job Application
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For a larger view, click on image. For larger view, click on image. The No. 2 issue of the Cambodian Journal of Natural History of Vol 2010 is here! A highlight on interesting articles coming up! Stay tuned!
Dr Cornelia Weber is the General Manager of the Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik, Humboldt University of Berlin; Deputy Managing Director of the Department Scientific Collections and Science Communication. She dropped by for a leisure visit to the Raffles Museum … Continue reading
Click on image for larger view. Created by Mr. Ron Yeo Keng Hui, this seashore workbook is developed as part of Project Semakau to educate students on the seashore ecosystem in Singapore. Project Semakau is a joint community involvement and … Continue reading
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