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about ecological and genetic diversity and also in biodiversity conservation. Since the beginning our institution has been involved in and is supporting various scientific research studies both within and outside the protected areas of Nepal. It also conducts original research in diverse fields including flora, fauna, climate change, species diversity, genetic diversity, ecotourism, geological settings, and ecology of birds, animals, plants and human history.

  • In 1959-60, Joint research project with the Zoological Museum University of Copenhagen, Denmark to identify collect the Nepalese Flowering Plants and Bird specimens for the scientific record.
  • In 1962- United Mission to Nepal and NINS jointly organized the research work on Nepalese Birds.
  • In March, 1962-November, 1962- Zoological Museum Sammlung, Munich, Germany and NINS jointly completed the research work on Zoological Expedition in Nepal.
  • Research worked with Tribhuvan University, Central Department of Botany and Zoology in different time and season for the collection of samples.
  • Research work in 2007- 2009. Ethno-medicinal plants of the ethnic communities (Tamang and Danuwar) of Kavrepalanchowk, Nepal.
  • Research work- A documentary (“The Blacksmith”) produced in the life of ethnic tribe ‘Bishowkarma’, their indigenous profession and relation with the natural resources in Phalamkhani VDC of Parbat.
  • In 2010- University of Aberdeen Scotland and NINS (Expedition to Nepal) conducted a research work on “To compare the abundance of Apodemus gurkha in natural habitats to that of aboundance in anthropogenically influenced areas in Kaski and Myagdi District of Nepal”.

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