Playing with Optics

By Shah Kasmuri, Science Educator @ The Tinkering Studio, Science Centre Singapore. They say seeing is believing. But can we really trust what we see? Long before scientists were studying the properties of neutrons, artists had devised a series of techniques to deceive the brain into thinking that a person can be sawed in half,…

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Orange you bored?

Xin Nian Kuai Le! Happy Chinese New Year! by Gauri and Danny Part II As promised, here’s the second of our 3-part special on fun things you can do this Chinese New Year with those extra oranges you receive during this festive time… Popping a balloon without touching it Thought popping a balloon without touching…

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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?…

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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…

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