Celebrating Our Oceans

Now more than ever, we are more aware and alert to the consequences of our actions – our mining and every growing consumption of the Earth’s natural resources have depleted them. Actions like using plastic bags without disposing of them properly or human drilling deeper in oil rigs cause oil spills that often lead to…

Robotic Dinos to Land at Science Centre Singapore

Flying out of Japan for the first time, Kokoro Din Robot Factory is landing at Science Centre Singapore on 20 May 2017 and will be there till 27 Aug 2017! Perfect for children up to 12 years old, they’ll get to learn more about robotics and engineering through this cool new exhibition! h So what…

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,…