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.
Taxonomic initiative for Southeast Asian bat studies (Thailand, Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam) [more information]
Small Mammal Biodiversity in Nepal [more information]
Increasing in-country capacity and regional co-operation to promote bat conservation in Cambodia with particular reference to Otomops wroughtoni [more information]