Nature in Singapore will publish articles of the Natural History, Biology, Botany, Zoology, Ecology and Conservation Biology of the Republic of Singapore.
In particular, articles on new sightings, new records or rediscoveries of nationally extinct species of animals and plants, as well as the Natural History of Singapore are targeted.
The journal will also publish articles from outside Singapore that deal with species or taxonomic groups whose natural distributions overlap with Singapore. Articles outside the stated policy will be accepted at the discretion of the Editor/Editorial Board of NiS.My article has been published in the above online journal! :)
You can read it here!
My Prof. is the editor! He is so efficient! :)
It's a great encouragement to me! I hope to be able to improve on my research skills and writing ability!
I got a B+ for the UROPs module. Prof. thinks it's because I couldn't defend myself during the oral presentation. So that shall be something I need to work on in any future endeavors in research, to be able to express myself, speak confidently, and believe in what I'm doing, enough to defend what I do.