Science Centre Singapore and its group of attractions will remain closed until further notice.
St. Gabriel’s unpack a mystery at Rockwell Automation Asia Pacific Business Center (Singapore)
Aussie students from Pimlico State High (Townsville) and Singapore’s Homeschool met in a face-to-face mentoring workshop.
May 21st marked an action-packed day for nine schools as they met over a Communities of Practice (CoP) event at the Marina Barrage
Peicai Secondary School students engaged an elderly community in a most tasteful way.
Givaudan Singapore hosted a one-day STEM symposium in Science Centre Singapore
The L’Oréal Foundation and UNESCO share a long-standing partnership of encouraging more young women to enter STEM professions!
STEM Inc. presents a one-day workshop for primary school teachers covering the objectives and intent of the Applied Learning Programme.
The Amgen Biotech Experience program turns one! It was developed by Amgen Foundation which had partnered Science Centre Singapore in adapting the program.
A group of teachers from the Flight and Aerospace ALP schools gathered to exchange ideas and shared some of the unique school programmes.
Once-in-a-life-time journey to Boeing Flight Services Campus in Singapore to experience what it was like to fly a commercial jet plane in a state of the art flight simulator.
Students equipped themselves with the necessary skill sets to create products of their own designs.
Greenology’s involvement in the area of environment education
Igniting passion for science and technology in Singapore youth
Ever wondered how elevators reach the front of your doorstep or how could we have reliable electronic products in our daily lives such as our handphones?
Enthusiastic students from Regent Secondary School and Jurongville Secondary School embark on a pirate journey to Google office
Young scientists can play a part in thinking of creative ways to solve our world’s energy problem.
STEM Inc conducted our first school-based training workshop on 29 September 2017, which was for the ALP teachers from Hua Yi Secondary School.
On 26 October 2017, 15 Secondary Two students from Bendemeer Secondary School attended a 3M Oral Care workshop.
On 24 May 2017, a group of students from Presbyterian High Secondary School visited their industry partner, Matcor Technology & Services Pte Ltd.
As part of St. Patrick’s School’s industrial partnership programme with 9 Degrees Freedom, students attended a Data Science workshop on 23 January 2017
Bartley Secondary School visited Takasago International and A*STAR Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences (ICES) to understand more about the fragrance industry.
The National Science Experiment (NSE) Big Data Challenge was back for its 2nd year!
As part of an initiative by Infineon Technologies Singapore, students got a “glimpse” of what it's like to work in an chipmaker company.
A class of 40 Seng Kang Secondary School students had the opportunity to participate in a STEMchat with 3 sports professionals from Singapore Sports Institute.
Mr Andrew Purcell, Operations Manager from Google, visited Zhenghua Secondary School on 15 April 2016.
21 students from Junyuan Secondary School went on a half-day learning journey to Khong Guan Biscuit Factory at Jalan Boon Lay during the June holidays (23 June).
160 Secondary 1 students from Punggol Secondary School went on a learning journey facilitated by their industry partner Eco-Wiz (SG) on 26 May 2016.
On the day of Parent-Teacher meeting (25 May), the students shared with parents some of their ALP projects.
When Dream Defenders VR app was launched, audiences were able to continue to explore the adventure in the show’s Dream Worlds.
40 students from Yio Chu Kang Secondary School had the privilege to design and create music applications on a Saturday morning.
The 2016 Maker Faire Singapore was held in Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) over the last weekend of June.
The June 2016 Maker Faire Singapore was organised as part of the Singapore Science Festival event.
As part of the Youth Mission to Mars event, Singaporean students and teachers from five secondary schools visited the Space Center Houston in Texas, USA, in June 2016.
American students visited Singapore for an exchange programme called Youth Mission to Mars: Exploring Space to Address Sustainability on Earth.
The Singapore STEM Eco Challenge 2016 is another partnership between Science Centre Singapore and UNEP-DHI Partnership Centre on Water and Environment.
Students from Dunearn Secondary School attended the beverages sensory evaluation workshop conducted by Scientific Officers from Fraser and Neave, Corporate R&D.
The 2015 Shell STEM Youth Innovation Challenge competition themes revolve around sustainability of food, water, energy and eco-friendly materials.
The Shell STEM Youth Innovation Challenge (Shell STEM Challenge) is sponsored by Shell Companies in Singapore. Its 2015 theme was Sustainability.
A partnership project between Science Centre Singapore, Hydroinformatics Society, Serious Games Association Singapore and UNEP-DHI Partnership Centre on Water and Environment.