06 January 2011

Job vacancies: Researchers for biodiversity work in Singapore

Just announced, some exciting job vacancies in biodiversity research in Singapore!
There are two vacancies for Research Assistants for the Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey of Singapore. And vacancies for one Research Fellow, Four Research Assistants for “Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity in Singapore”

Two Research Assistants for marine biodiversity survey with TMSI/RMBR
Applications close 21 Jan 2011

The Tropical Marine Science Institute (TMSI), together with the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR) are looking for Research Assistants to participate actively in the recently launched Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey of Singapore in collaboration with the National Parks Board.

This project seeks to identify and document marine organisms and habitats in Singapore waters today, so that we are better able to manage and conserve our marine resources.

Full details on the The Biodiversity crew @ NUS blog. More about the Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey of Singapore.

One Research Fellow, Four Research Assistants for “Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity in Singapore”
Applications close 19 Jan 2011

Suitable candidates are sought for a one-year project on the impacts of climate change on Singapore’s biodiversity. This project is commissioned by National Environment Agency through A*STAR’s Institute of High Performance Computing and coordinated by the Department of Biological Sciences, NUS.

This is the first comprehensive attempt at analysing climate change impacts on Singapore’s biodiversity and will set the stage for more specific follow-up investigations on mitigation and adaptation.

Full details on the The Biodiversity crew @ NUS blog.

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