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  • Public Forum 2018

    Saturday, 25 August 2018 - 10:00am

    The Singapore Institute of Biology (SIBiol) and Science Centre Singapore jointly present

    A Public Forum on "Coral Reef Conservation in Singapore"

    Saturday, 25th August 2018
    Maxwell Auditorium, Level 1
    Science Centre Singapore
    15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081 

    Programme

    0930 - 1000
    Registration of members/participants (entrance of Science Centre Singapore)

    1000 - 1045
    Talk 1 - "CORAL REEF CONSERVATION IN SINGAPORE – SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL!"
    by Dr Chou Loke Ming
    Professor
    Tropical Marine Science Institute
    National University of Singapore

    1045 - 1130
    Talk 2 - "THE 5Cs OF OUR SEAS"
    by Miss Sam Shu Qin
    Researcher
    Tropical Marine Science Institute
    National University of Singapore 

    1145 - 1215
    Tea Reception

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    Admission is FREE!  PLEASE REGISTER HERE

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  • IBO 2018: Another stellar year for Team Singapore!

    Thursday, 2 August 2018 - 3:30pm

    SIBiol is pleased to inform all members that Team Singapore did well in the 29th IBO 2018, at Tehran, Iran (15 – 22 July 2018). Our students garnered 3 Golds and 1 Silver, placing Singapore, along with Vietnam, United Kingdom and Russia, in the 3rd place among 68 other countries.  China and Chinese Taipei were joint in the 1st place  with 4 Golds each. A total of 269 students took part in the 29th IBO.

    Team Singapore students placed as follows:

    Lim Yun Wei Shermane

    10th Gold

    Ng Wei Jun Justin

    17th Gold

    Chan Xu Rui Isaac

    21st Gold

    Ong Jia Xin

    51st Silver

    Chia Yi Xuan Larissa (reserve team member)

    Team Singapore in IBO 2018 was led by Dr Ngan Kee and Dr Chen Zhong. Dr Beverly Goh and Mr Marcus Chan (MOE) accompanied the team as jury delegates, and Ms Lim Yan Ling as SBO/IBO alumni. However, Team Singapore’s consistent performance at the IBOs would not have been possible without the dedication and sacrifice of all IBO alumni and trainers (from NUS, NParks and NIE) who volunteered their time selflessly to train and mentor Team Singapore participants year after year. Without these trainers, Team Singapore could not possibly sustain such good performance. This year's result is indeed a validation of their service to the nation.

    The team is once again at the beginning of the annual cycle, and look forward to the continual support of all alumni and members in preparing for SBO 2018 in November and December this year, and next year’s 30th IBO in Hungary

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