Ratu River Expedition

An EOS tectonics team heads down to the Ratu River. To a site at the feet of the Himalaya. 140km South of Mt Everest. Which sits on a massive fault that runs deep under the mountains. Using one truck, 264 geophones pulse (at 10-300 pulses/second) up to 2km deep, surveying the sub-surface, reflecting sound waves…

Young Inventors Shine!

The 30th Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors’ Award (TKKYIA) Presentation Ceremony and Exhibition was held at the Science Centre Singapore on Sat, 28 May 2016 with nearly 160 participants in attendance. TKKYIA attracted 810 entries this year across five sections: Junior Student (Below 13 years old); Student (Below 19 years old); Senior Student (Below 25…

SST-3M Innoscience Challenge

Last week, four secondary one students from School of Science and Technology, Singapore (SST) outshone 200 students from the same cohort to win the 2016 SST-3M InnoScience Challenge. Their winning concept was a solution that uses magnets to change lightbulbs effortlessly! The projects were evaluated on 26 May 2016 based on their creativity, scientific knowledge, persuasiveness…

What an eclipse!

A cloudless morning set the stage for a brilliant Solar Eclipse show and what a sight it was! 3,000 people witnessed this on a working day morning with some showing up as early as 7am to check it out! With telescopes, venuscopes, free solar glasses and a live webcast – Science Centre Singapore was ready for our…

Darkness Dawns: Witness the 9 Mar Solar Eclipse

 Exciting times! Join us and experience the Solar Eclipse together! Latest updates are available on the SCOB Facebook page. FREE ADMISSION on 9 Mar to Science Centre Singapore from 7.30am – 9.30am!  We look forward to seeing you soon! 🙂 Note: above image is an artist’s impression only

Xin Nian Kuai Le!

“May the year of the monkey bring you an abundance of good health, happiness and fortune.” Click here to view a nifty e-greeting animation put together by our colleague – Dr Andy Giger! And check out the Lunar New Year couplet coined by our Chief Executive – A/Prof Lim Tit Meng. 灵猴巧手迎春来   浓浓创意满人心 Agile monkey with…

Tink! Ding! Pling! Buzz!

Science Centre Singapore’s new immersive space officially tinkers to life! A media preview and an official launch held on 21 and 22 Jan 2016 respectively, ushered in a crowd of grown-ups to the Tinkering Studio – an experience that unleashed their inner child at the entrancing space. But before you check out their fun journey of…

Guess who dropped in?

DPM Teo Chee Hean (our patron) visited Science Centre Singapore this afternoon to meet with key staff, view exciting STEM Inc. student projects and tour our exhibitions! He was warmly greeted by our senior management (incl. Prof Lim Tit Meng) as well as visitors (incl. Prof Lui Pao Chuen) who took the opportunity to take photos with him! One of his stops…

Collision Space!

Hi everyone! As promised, here’s part two of Science Centre’s exclusive email interview with Dr Harry Cliff – one of the curators of the Collider exhibition, which blends theatre, video and sound art, drawing people like you to the fascinating world of experimental particle physics! What got you interested in Physics and inspired to learn particle physics?…

A smashing exhibition!

Our chummy science counterparts – the ArtScience Museum, gifted us a terrific opportunity to interview Dr Harry Cliff, one of the curators of the Collider exhibition – which makes its Asian debut on 14 Nov 2015! Dr Cliff also happens to work in CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research) in Geneva where the Large…