Every School Holidays, Science Centre Singapore brings you a full slate of activities that cater to your various interests and needs. Let’s take a look at the activity offers this March School Holidays!


Brain Awareness Week

How do bees and ants remember their way home? Insects may be small but their brains can be quite fascinating!

Check out “The insect brain – small, compact and powerful” and the various other interesting talks at the Brain Awareness Week. Talks for public are available on mostly on 12 Mar at Science Centre Singapore.


Pi (π) Day

Pi (π) Day is a much celebrated day that pays tribute to the mathematical constant, Pi (or π), the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is celebrated on Mar 14 (or 3/14) because Pi is approximately 3.141592. Mar 14 happens to be the birthday of renowned scientist Albert Einstein too.

Come join us at Science Centre Singapore in our double celebration of the “irrational number” and Albert Einstein’s birthday, and look out for the various Pi (π) Day activities in the galleries!


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Fun Spot

Unfold the mysteries of bean growing at our Fun Spot activity booths on 15, 16 & 17 Mar 2016! Learn what’s BEAN on your plate!


Free and Open Source Software Summit 2016


This year, Science Centre Singapore is proud to collaborate with the open source software community to co-organize FOSSASIA 2016 on the 18th to 20th March 2016. FOSSASIA is the annual Open Tech Summit featuring prominent tech icons from around the world for three days with a great programme that includes mindblowing presentations, hacks, makerprojects, exhibitions and workshops.

Aimed at developers, teachers and students, FOSSASIA has a chockfull of workshops and talks to inform and educate participants of any level on the different projects that can be done with open source software.



Do join us for some hands-on activities suitable for children at the Omni-Theatre Observatory Classroom too! They will be available on 12 & 13 March, 12.30pm to 5pm.

Besides these events, we also have an exciting new Mathematics exhibition (on Hall B Mezzanine) accessible during this period in two daily sessions (10.30am – 12.30pm) & (2.30pm – 4.30pm) – when facilitators are available. Do check it out if you are coming by!

Posted by:Goh Kiat Teng

Kiat Teng is a staff of the Science Centre Singapore, Business Development Department. She believes in living life to the fullest, and always look forward to learning new things and gaining new experiences.

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