Research interests include the study of the fecundity rates of fish in the middle Zambezi River. The target fish group are the cichlids (breams) which are the most famous catch for household consumption and commercial basis.
Recent research in the section focused on the study of regeneration patterns in harvested hardwood forests especially the Teak Forests.
The section focuses on the collection and documentation of cultural heritage of the different ethnic groups in Zambia.
Research interests include the social, economic and political history of Indians in colonial Zambia and the contribution of public history as practiced in museums to academic history and vice versa.
The research interest of the section centres around the current debate on the Bantu problem. Trying to trace the relationships among the different Zambian ethnic groups through a comparative analysis of their material cultures, belief systems, settlement patterns and social organization.
This recently established section holds about 200 plant specimens, mostly from Livingstone area. It is hoped that in future the section can be expanded, including improved storage and establishment of a wider variety of collections.
The Entomology Section includes over 4,000 insect and invertebrate specimens, the largest collections being butterflies, moths and termites
The section houses about 4,000 reptile and amphibian specimens, including snakes, lizards, tortoises, crocodiles and frogs