Located in Jurong East, the Singapore Science Centre was opened on the 10th December 1977 by Dr. Toh Chin Chye. It was established primarily to promote the advancement in science and technology as well as to showcase exhibits illustrating the physical sciences, life sciences, applied sciences, technology and industry. It has over 14 galleries with almost a thousand interactive exhibits to encourage the passion for science, especially among the younger generation. There are also shows and demonstrations that are carried out daily to make learning more exciting. The Science Centre also features the Omni-theater which is Singapore’s only IMAX dome theater.
This Learning Experience will teach you about how an interrupted Carbon cycle can impact the global climate. You will also study in depth about how human activities contribute to the cycle interruption. This Learning Experience is suitable for r Secondary school students, Year 4-5.