Tag Archives: Singapore Science Centre

Pixar’s Incredible History

Pixar’s Incredible History

The Pixar: 20 Years of Animation exhibition invites visitors into the fascinating minds behind Up, Finding Nemo, and other Pixar films. By Merissa Jane Lee and Denise Heng Original sketches from Pixar’s... 

Of Bones, Bodies and bona fide Bizarre

Of Bones, Bodies and bona fide Bizarre

(Images are a courtesy of Gunther von Hagens’ Body Worlds and the Institute for Plastination) Yes, it is real. The question that most people would ask, according to a few tour guides at the highly... 

Everyday Science

Everyday Science

In a world where science is the closest thing we have to magic, it’s both important and interesting to get to the bottom of things to find out why things are the way they are. On Sept 1 and 2, members... 

The Singapore Science Centre welcomed its 16th Million Visitor

The Singapore Science Centre welcomed its 16th Million Visitor

Most Singaporeans visit the Singapore Science Centre when they’re in school thanks to school field trips. After graduation, many of us never visit the centre because it’s either too far or because... 

Now that’s a blast from the past!

Now that’s a blast from the past!

Contrary to popular belief, scientist Alfred Nobel didn’t invent gunpowder, instead he invented dynamite. And no, neither was gunpowder invented by those masked creatures/people you saw flinging bombs... 

Next to nothing- Nanotechnology

Next to nothing- Nanotechnology

Imagine having the power to heal yourself after a terrible accident, the way the character of Claire Bennett in NBC hit series Heroes does? Well, people could be waking up to such superpowers just years... 

Back to the iFuture

Back to the iFuture

Step into the iFuture exhibition and you’ll find out that you don’t have to go far into the future to be living in a sci-fi movie. With over 100 fascinating exhibits from Singapore and around the...