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Public Forum 2019

The Singapore Institute of Biology (SIBiol) and Science Centre Singapore jointly present A Public Forum on “Environmental Education in a Changing World” Saturday, 24th August 2019Maxwell Auditorium, Level 1Science Centre Singapore15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081 Programme 0930 – 1000Registration of members/participants (entrance of Science Centre Singapore) 1000 – 1045Talk 1 – “EMPOWERING A COMMUNITY …

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The Singapore Blue Plan 2018

The Blue Plan is a ground-up initiative that presents the vision of the marine community in Singapore. The Singapore Blue Plan 2018, is the third installment of the Blue Plan, that is presented to governments every decade. The last Blue Plan was headed by Professor Chou Loke Ming and Mr Francis Lee, and submitted to …

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Public Forum 2018

The Singapore Institute of Biology (SIBiol) and Science Centre Singapore jointly present A Public Forum on “Coral Reef Conservation in Singapore” Saturday, 25th August 2018Maxwell Auditorium, Level 1Science Centre Singapore15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081  Programme 0930 – 1000Registration of members/participants (entrance of Science Centre Singapore) 1000 – 1045Talk 1 – “CORAL REEF CONSERVATION IN …

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Student research award: Call for proposals

Introduction The Singapore Institute of Biology (SIBiol) is a professional society of Biologists and Biology educators (www.sibiol.org.sg/‎). To support students in their research activities, the Institute is pleased to announce the SIBiol Student Research Award, a single unrestricted cash grant of S$500.00 to be awarded to a student pursuing marine science who is a Life …

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Research Trust Fund: Call for proposals

Introduction The Singapore Institute of Biology Research Trust Fund (SIBiol RTF; www.sibiol.org.sg/rtf‎) supports and facilitates research on local topics or questions in biology by SIBiol members. To date, the SIBiol RTF has supported over 30 research projects. Each Research Grant awards up to SGD 5,000 for: (i) an original two year project (renewable for another …

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Know your seafood workshop, 4 Feb 2018

On 4 Feb 2018, SIBiol conducted a free public workshop offering members of the public a chance to dissect and really get to know their seafood, just in time for Chinese New Year feasting.  Dr. Adrian Elangovan teaching workshop participants about fish tongues and all things fish. Dr. Theresa Su teaching workshop participants about squid, …

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SIBiol workshop: Know your Seafood (4 Feb 10:30am, The Red Box)

As part of International Year of the Reef 2018 The Singapore Institute of Biology (SIBiol) and SOTA’s The Ocean Movement jointly present Know Your Seafood Workshop Come and learn with our instructors as we dissect common seafood and explain how different marine organisms look and function on the inside!  Please note that this workshop will …

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Call for SIBiol Interns (2017/2018)

The Singapore Insitute of Biology (SIBiol) is looking for two interns to assist in SIBiol activities and administration for the term 2017/2018. The interns should be enthusiastic about biology and education, and will have the opportunity of experiencing the inner workings of running a Professional Society. The SIBiol Interns will each receive an honorarium of …

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Public Forum 2017

The Singapore Institute of Biology (SIBiol) and Science Centre Singapore jointly present A Public Forum on “Behavioural Evolutionary Biology” Saturday, 26th August 2017Maxwell Auditorium, Level 1Science Centre Singapore15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081  Programme 0930 – 1000Registration of members/participants (entrance of Science Centre Singapore) 1000 – 1045Talk 1 – “The love life of insects: Insights …

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