By Daryl Yang (9 October 2018)
Assistant Professor of Science (Environmental Studies) Eunice Tan was awarded the prestigious National Geographic Society (NGS) research grant to study stick insects’ ecology and behaviour in the wild, which will be effective from 1 December 2018 through to 30 November 2019.
One of the largest non-profit scientific and educational institutions in the world, NGS was founded in 1888 and aims to push the boundaries of exploration to further our understanding of the planet and empower people to generate solutions for a more sustainable future.
“I am very honoured and excited to receive the National Geographic Society (NGS) grant. NGS is a world leader in exploration, and everyone knows about the amazing work they do,” Dr Tan shared.