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,…

So much to see and do @ Science Centre Singapore this year end!

Are you looking for some cool activities to celebrate the end of 2015? There’s so much at Science Centre Group of Attractions for you to see and do! 1) Monsters of the Sea (30 Oct 15 – 28 Feb 16) Transport yourself into the unexplored ocean and come face-to-face with legendary sea creatures! Be amazed…

Asian Scientist Writing Prize – Winner Introduction

End last month, my colleague Eugene shared in a post how the inaugural Asian Scientist Writing Prize aims to grow a pool of writers and science communicators who can engage and provoke continued dialogue with a diverse audience. In this post, we would like to share the piece by Kate Tan, winner of Science Centre Singapore’s Youth…

Asia’s Youth and Scientists get creative

It is not easy to put pen to paper and produce a piece that engages on intellectual and emotional fronts. This task becomes even more daunting when we consider the communication of science. How does one navigate past jargon and complexity whilst retaining interest? Can one communicate without oversimplifying or trivialising the science? The answer…

Shell STEM Youth Innovation Challenge

Hi there!  Interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)?  STEM Inc is a unit in Science Centre focusing on igniting STEM passion among the students.  This year, STEM Inc is running the Shell STEM Youth Innovation Challenge (Shell STEM Challenge), a competition sponsored by Shell Companies in Singapore. The Shell STEM Challenge is a…

What’s new at SCS?

Launched 30 May 2015, Science Centre’s all new exhibition, Interplay, is way past cool! Brought to you in partnership with ARS Electronica, Interplay celebrates the fusion of arts with science. It aims to connect with the audience on a whole new level; the adults and children not only get to interact, but they become part of the…

What is it like to take part in a Science Drama competition?

It’s two days to the International Science Drama Competition (ISDC) 2015! Did you read the earlier post we share? Let’s take a look at one of this year’s finalists, Punggol Primary School, which was also the winner of last year’s Singapore Shell Youth Science Festival (SSYSF) STAGE! (previous name of the ISDC). In fact, Punggol…

When Arts meets Science

Did you ever think of seeing those two words in the same sentence? Well at the Science Centre Singapore, we make the impossible come true. Previously known as the Singapore Shell Youth Science Festival, STAGE the International Science Drama Competition (ISDC) aims to promote science through drama. It allows primary school students to combine scientific…