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4 Comments

  1. Ain says:

    Hi All. I came upon your website to search something for my special needs students. I am working at AWWA School. School for children with autism and multiple disabilities from 7-18 years. We held various CCA weekly for our students and one of them is Science. We are thinking of holding a mini science exhibits or hands on experience for them and you blog gives me ideas that I can tapped on. But I would be glad if you can give me input or any resources that I can tapped on too, to bring Science excitement for my students. I would prefer the students not to go out of the school and bring Science to them instead. Care to share?

    Thank you.

    1. Kiat Teng says:

      Hi Ain,

      Our colleagues handling such arrangements have been informed of your enquiry and will be in touch with you.

      Cheers

  2. Geraldine says:

    Hi stir-fried team! I’ve been following your posts for a while now and was wondering if I could contact your editor on contributing science-bites articles.

    Please contact me :))

    1. Sanjali Jain says:

      Dear Geraldine,
      Thank you for contacting us. We look forward to taking on a new contributors on board. Please drop me an email at Sanjali_JAIN@science.edu.sg so that we can take this discussion privately. Wishing you a pleasant day ahead!

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