Want to meet the movers and shakers in the community? To find out more about studying and working on biodiversity and conservation in Singapore? This Symposium, held once every four years, is a great opportunity to network and share ideas.
Here's more about the Symposium from the youth organisers:
The Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium is a full day symposium held every four years by the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, and it aims to update the Singaporean community of changes to the local biodiversity landscape.
Do visit our webpage at biodiversitysg4.wordpress.com/about to find out more about us and past symposia.
This year, the theme of the symposium is “What’s Next?” alluding to the changing Biodiversity and Conservation landscape of Singapore. We look forward to four fun-filled sessions with approximately 25 speakers, each from different specialisations giving short 5-minute presentations. We hope to make contents of each presentation accessible to all members of the public, so everyone is welcome to join us!
These are the symposium details
Date: 1 August 2015, Saturday
Venue: UTown Auditorium 2
Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Registration link: tinyurl.com/boss4-registration
*Two tea breaks will be provided
Symposium fees are $10 per individual and $6 for student (school up to tertiary institutions including graduate students).
We offer an early bird price (until 30 Jun 2015) of $8 per individual, and $5 per student.
The registration fee covers morning coffee and two teas; rest assured the money is going to a good cause!
Register online here.