Science Matters

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Discoveries That Changed The World

(Weekdays: 9.30 am - 5.30 pm, Weekends: 9.30 am - 6.30 pm)
Isaac Newton and Force

Jumping Bean
Discover how different surfaces affect friction.

Stick to Me
Can a straw stick in a bottle full of rice without using any glue? Try it out for yourself!

Balloon Raft
Find out if a balloon raft can support your body weight in this exciting experiment.
Marie Curie and Wave

Glass Orchestra
Can you produce a beautiful sound just by using a glass and water?

Have fun playing with the slinky and discover how it can be used to differentiate between amplitude and frequency.

Aluminium and Rosin
Can you play a string instrument made of aluminium?
Albert Einstein and Energy

Tabletop Tornado
Discover how you use energy conversion to transfer balls to an empty cup.

Popping Coin
Watch a coin on top of a bottle move by itself, all in the name of science.

Fireproof Balloon
Learn about a simple ingredient that can stop a balloon from bursting when in contact with fire.
Michael Faraday and Magnetism

Jumping Frog
Can you make magnets suspend in the air?

Magnetised Screwdriver
Make your very own induced magnet and discover the science of electromagnetism.

Magnet in a Copper Tube
How do you use science to slow down a falling object?
(Daily: 10.30 am, 11.30 am, 12.30 pm, 1.30 pm, 2.30 pm, 3.30 pm)
Sound Show
The Sound Show will make you wonder about the sound energy and how it behaves in a fun and exciting way!

Pressure Show
Discover how air pressure can turn us invincible and strong!

The Third State of Matter
Explore and understand the general properties of gas.

Newton Show
Explore the Newton laws of motion with simple experiments.
(Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays: 11.00 am - 12.00 pm and 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm)
Tower Down
The domino effect is a chain reaction that occurs when a small chain causes a similar change nearby. Try and build the longest and most creative domino chain and bring down a tower at the end of the chain.

Paper Cup Tower
Distribute equally the paper cups and form a tower, and see if the tower can withstand the weight of an average human.

Note : Venues and timeslots are subject to change.