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Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research is no more

No, not an April Fool’s joke. From today, the Raffles Museum officially becomes Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Since our public gallery closed a year ago, everyone at the museum has been busy gearing up for the change. The … Continue reading

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“Forget not our Living Forest” – botanist Joseph Lai unveils an entourage of enthralling forest denizens! Thu 17 Oct 2013: 6.30pm @ NUS LT25

Raffles Museum Toddycats & Cicada Tree Eco-Place are pleased to present this free public talk: “Forget Not Our Living Forest” by Joseph Lai, botanist Thu 17 Oct 2013: 6.30pm – 8.00pm Venue: Lecture Theatre 25, Faculty of Science, NUS (map) … Continue reading

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The three stars of Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum are in Singapore!


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Love MacRitchie Walks for NUS – three 2-hour Saturday morning walks from 19 Oct 2013

Originally posted on Otterman speaks…:
The Love MacRitchie walks for NUS are two-hour Saturday morning walks conducted by Raffles Museum Toddycats for the NUS community. Enthusiastic guides will share with you stories about a variety of amazing plants and animals…

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Toddycats Engage! for MacRitchie at Singapore Futures Sustainability Symposium 2013

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The organisers of Singapore Futures Sustainability Symposium 2013 graciously allowed the RMBR Toddycats a platform to speak up for MacRitchie last Saturday. Several Toddycats enthusiastically answered the call for volunteers by Chloe, especially after the inspirational HOWL…

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Raffles Museum Toddycats and friends clear 1.5 tonnes of marine debris for ICCS 2013

International Coastal Cleanup Singapore came and went last weekend. It is one of  the longest running environment programme in Singapore helmed and coordinated by a special group within the Raffles Museum Toddycats, the ICCS otters. On Saturday, as the sun … Continue reading

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Singapore, naturally – a special two page spread in the Straits Times (17 August 2013)

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RMBR Toddycat David Tan makes the news

Fresh from his year long undergraduate exchange stint in the US, fourth year Life Science Student and Raffles Museum Toddycat David Tan wasted no time jumping back in the wild happenings of Singapore. He was featured in the Chinese and … Continue reading

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A Round up of the Festival of Biodiversity 2013

What a weekend 13 and 14 July was! The Museum and RMBR Toddycats came out in full force to participate in the second Festival of Biodiversity, organised by the National Parks Board in conjunction with the Biodiversity Roundtable. Having organised … Continue reading

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Mark your calendars! The Festival of Biodiversity 2013 is coming!

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