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Young Scientists Study Tour 2018


Members of the study tour visited the world-renowned London Natural History Museum and took a group photo at the exhibition hall.
Members of the study tour visited the world-renowned London Natural History Museum and took a group photo at the exhibition hall.
At Kew Botanic Gardens, students learned to use sampling techniques in fieldwork and investigated the factors affecting species diversity.
At Kew Botanic Gardens, students learned to use sampling techniques in fieldwork and investigated the factors affecting species diversity.
Staff of London Science Museum was explaining the exhibits in the exhibition hall to the students.
Staff of London Science Museum was explaining the exhibits in the exhibition hall to the students.
At London Wetland Centre, staff was teaching the students to identify various freshwater animals.
At London Wetland Centre, staff was teaching the students to identify various freshwater animals.
Students were observing the habits of water birds in the wetland.
Students were observing the habits of water birds in the wetland.
Students had the opportunity to go behind the scenes for a look at the fascinating zoology collections in the London Natural History Museum.
Students had the opportunity to go behind the scenes for a look at the fascinating zoology collections in the London Natural History Museum.
In the London Natural History Museum, students met three resident scientists namely, Dr Natalie Cooper, Dr Sarah Alewijnse and Dr Veerappan Deepak, and gained a better understanding on their research projects.
In the London Natural History Museum, students met three resident scientists namely, Dr Natalie Cooper, Dr Sarah Alewijnse and Dr Veerappan Deepak, and gained a better understanding on their research projects.


 

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