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30 May 2015   09:00 - 14:00   Annexe Hall 1, Science Centre Singapore
International Science Drama Competition allows students to combine scientific knowledge with dramatic flair and is specially organised for primary schools. This is an inaugural competition involving teams from China and Singapore.

Students are required to present a short skit (7 min) relating to the theme. This year, the theme is “It’s all about lights” as 2015 is the International Year of Light.
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30 May 2015   09:00 - 13:00   Science Centre Singapore
A man was murdered in the middle of the night. Can you put together your scientific knowledge to deduce the murderer and the murder weapon? Join us as we embark on a journey where you will get to learn about genes, DNA extraction, and various chemicals!
Also, don't miss this chance where you will get to use a Gaussian gun, as well as play various exciting games and make new friends!
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28 May 2015   19:00 - 21:00   
Dear Visitors, please note that the Omni-Theatre is closed for renovation from 20 April to end May 2015.
We regret any disappointment this closure may cause and appreciate your kind understanding in this matter.
As part of our nation’s SG50 celebrations, Science Centre Singapore (SCS) will provide free general admission from 7-10 August 2015 to all Singapore citizens. 
We will also be allocating free and time-based tickets to SCS’ gated attractions which include the Human Body Experience, KidsSTOP, Snow City, and the Omni-Theatre/Digital Planetarium to Singaporeans, based on the maximum capacity of these exhibits. ...
Science Centre Singapore and KidsSTOP
Science Centre (including the Curiosity Shop) and KidsSTOP are closed for maintenance on the following dates in 2015: 3 Aug; 11 Aug; 5 Oct; 2 Nov.

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