Four of National Geographic’s dynamic explorers are making appearances at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) this Academic Year. Look out for their exciting presentations and discussion sessions that will be coming your way.
Materials engineer Dr Albert Lin will share his pioneering use of cutting-edge imaging technology combined with crowdsourcing, to search for the tomb of Genghis Khan in Mongolia.
Conservationist, photographer, writer and filmmaker Molly Ferrill will present her multimedia work to document the unique relationship between people and elephants in Myanmar, where the landscape is changing because of rapid development.
Come January 2017, marine biologist Thomas Peschak, who is one of the world’s most influential nature photographers, and ocean explorer Erika Bergman will be here to talk about their passion and commitment for the environment.
The presence of these National Geographic explorers on campus is part of NTU’s efforts to enrich students’ learning by exposing them to the world’s accomplished engineers, scientists and environmentalists who can serve as their role models. Don't miss this chance to meet these inspiring speakers!