“The Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR) is one of the earliest natural history museums in SEA and the only one in Singapore, is committed to preserving Singapore’s biodiversity through research, environmental consultation and public education. The RMBR can play a pivotal role in galvanising research and education efforts in biodiversity conservation and environmental awareness in Singapore. However, a new facility is necessary for the RMBR to fulfill this role on the university, national, regional and international level.
The RMBR is raising funds to develop it into a natural history museum that will serve as a valuable resource for biodiversity research and help generate interest among present and future generations on the vital importance of ecology, conservation and the environment for human survival and development.”
To find out more, go to the museum webpage at http://rmbr.nus.edu.sg/