Sea wall “construction site” outside Frog lab

Yes, the ruckus this past week is caused by Marine Lab's Lynette Loke's seawall project. Construction materials have been appearing outside the Frog Lab and over time, a mini-seawall factory appeared. Lynette told me another 180 tiles would arrive this evening.

But she has found help – the handy kungfu hands of a botanist no less, have been recruited to do the deadly dead of smashing tiles! How we love to see honours students hard at work – it motivates the rest of us!

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3 thoughts on “Sea wall “construction site” outside Frog lab

  1. Yay finally the space outside is being put to better use than just to dry my dirty socks. Just install a bar, some alcohol and we’re all set.

  2. Pingback: LZB features ex-hons Lynette Loke’s project on artificial substrate in marine environments « The Biodiversity crew @ NUS

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