posted 26 Nov 2012

How Animals Hacked The Rainbow And Got Stumped On Blue

A/P Antonia Monteiro was mentioned in an article by NPR (National Public Radio), USA.

"....Everywhere you look, organisms have been inventing different solutions to creating the same color," says Antonia Monteiro, who studies butterfly wings in Singapore."

NPR Science Desk 12 Nov 2014

posted 26 Nov 2012

Prof Sheetz recognised as top cell biologist

Professor Michael Sheetz, Director of the Mechanobiology Institute at NUS, has been awarded the 2014 Keith R Porter Lecture Award by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB). The Award is conferred annually by the ASCB to an eminent cell biologist. Prof Sheetz will receive the Award at the ASCB’s Annual Meeting, held from 6 to 10 December in the US, where he will deliver the 2014 Porter Lecture

NUS News 6 Nov 2014

posted 26 Nov 2012

Darwin's nautical library goes virtual

Dr John van Wyhe An NUS science historian has now reconstructed electronically, and made freely available in its entirety, the library that accompanied Charles Darwin on his landmark round-the-world expedition in the 1830s on board HMS Beagle.

NUS News 16 July 2014

DBS Colloquium

David Jensen

Street Savvy Science: Science Career Development Strategies from Singapore and Beyond
Friday, 21 November 2014 | DBS Conference Room 1 | 4pm






The Inaugural NUS-Peking University Bilateral Workshop in Biology

19 Nov 2014 | Website

ASEAN Workshop on Host-pathogen Interaction

11 Dec, 2014 | Website

19th Biological Sciences Graduate Congress 2014

12 - 14 Dec, 2014 | Website

Xiamen Winter Symposium 2014

December 7 - 9, 2014 | Website