‘eighty years of promoting biodiversity conservation through taxonomic research, scientific training and international networks’

Harrison Institute, Centre for Biodiversity Research

Lyle’s leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros lylei) from Southeast Asia.

Current Research

The Harrison Institute is currently collaborating on three projects in southern and Southeast Asia. In addition, it is working with colleagues throughout the Old World tropics on a variety of aspects of biodiversity research.

1: Thailand

Taxonomic initiative for Southeast Asian bat studies (Thailand, Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam) [more information]

2: Nepal

Small Mammal Biodiversity in Nepal [more information]

3: Cambodia

Increasing in-country capacity and regional co-operation to promote bat conservation in Cambodia with particular reference to Otomops wroughtoni [more information]