Scientists from NTU developed a new process to extract phytochemicals from kale waste that can be used in cosmetics, personal care products, and supplements.
Studying the science of fear can help shed light on why certain things scare us. This exhibition at the Science Centre may even help you face and overcome them.
We chat to the original Nanogirl, uncovering the scientific expertise and creativity behind her Engineering Magic! show for Croucher Science Week 2023.
A skin-crawlingly delightful entomology news has come out of Singapore, as a new species of cockroach has been officially recorded and named after a Pokémon.
When Sophia Hernandez was a kid, she wanted to be a superhero who fought villains. She got close enough: she became a scientist who investigates pathogens.
The Department of Science and Technology's National Science and Technology Week will make a physical comeback after two years of virtual format.
The 2021 edition of the event celebrates the 30th anniversary held at the Hong Kong Science Museum.