Currently, the public can glimpse only less than 1% of the total collection of the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, at its tiny but well-loved public gallery. So I’m very excited about plans to build a new natural history museum. With massive space to showcase more of our wonderful biodiversity! Today, I was kindly invited to get a sneak peek at plans for the new Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum! The architectural consultant for the new museum has just been appointed, and many teams set up to look into various aspects of this exciting project! Consultants from the Natural History Museum (UK) have been engaged and a series of workshops are being run over the next few days to lay the groundwork for a master-plan for the new museum.