Basking under a trillion stars

It’s more than spectacular. Within 30 minutes, as part of Visual SG’s first day programme, Carter Emmart, Director of Astrovisualisation, American Museum of Natural History flew the audience at our Digital Planetarium way beyond our galaxy, to the point where galaxies become uncountable, beyond the time where dinosaurs exist, to even further in time. Here’s…

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Beauty in Patterns

Into its third year, Visual SG will be taking place at Science Centre Singapore from 22 – 31 July 2016, with the theme “Beauty in Patterns”. As the name suggest, this festival (which comprises of a public exhibition and a full range of public lectures and workshops held at Science Centre Singapore) is about visual…

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All New Science Spy magazine!

In July 2015, we were very excited to announce that the magazines Singapore Scientist, produced by Science Centre Singapore and Science Spy, produced by Marshall Cavendish Education merged to give rise to an all new magazine, Science Spy in collaboration with Singapore Scientist. Produced to ignite the curiosity of upper primary school children and to develop their understanding of science,…

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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…

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