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  • iCUBE Research Collaborations: Korea University research team visit to the Kula Belalong Field Studies Center (KBFSC) for carbon quantification research

    Korea University (KU) research team is conducting a forest carbon quantification study at the Kuala Belalong Field Studies Centre (KBFSC) from June, 2013 to June, 2016. This study is funded by the Korea Forest Service. KU team is led by Prof. Yowhan Son (Lab. of Ecosystem Ecology, Division of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering) and Prof. Woo-Kyun Lee (Lab of GIS/RS, Division of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering).

    Friday, 10 January 2014

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  • IBER research highlights: The march of alien invasive Acacias on Brunei

    Acacia working in tandem with fire is severely degrading the Kerangas (heath) forests of Brunei reports James Margrove, a research intern from University of Aberdeen, UK working with the Institute for Biodiversity and Environmental Research (IBER) at UBD.

    Monday, 06 January 2014

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  • Collaborative Investigation Study Between Japan and Brunei on Diabetes and Obesity

    Eight medical students and one tutor from Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa’adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, attended the 2nd international seminar entitled “Collaborative Investigation Study between Japan and Brunei on Diabetes and Obesity” held at...

    Tuesday, 17 December 2013

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  • Field Work with Queen Mary University

    The Kuala Belalong Field Studies Centre (KBFSC) successfully hosted a visiting group of undergraduates from Queen Mary University of London for a residential field course from 24 to 30 June 2013. The group of twenty undergraduate students and five academic staff from the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, QMUL were in KBFSC at...

    Wednesday, 20 November 2013

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  • Princeton University student's experience on fieldwork with UBD on mutualisms between ants and plants

    Mutualisms between ants and plants have evolved independently several times around the world, notably in South America, Africa, and Borneo. In this mutualism, plants provide food bodies to feed the ants and structures called domatia to house the colony, and in return, ants defend the plants from herbivores by swarming and biting threats, animal and insect alike. While the African and South American systems have...

    Thursday, 19 September 2013

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