about the writers, 2018.
for valentine’s day, i was taken out to dinner – an al fresco, borderline ostentatious rooftop restaurant with a personal waiter to boot. he ordered steak, caviar, champagne and nearly every other food that fell under the ideal of an elite Western dining experience. i promptly found a pair of earrings in my dessert, […]
By Dayrius Tay
Throughout history, there has always been a market in predicting imminent events, from mystics and shamans in the primitive world to sophisticated algorithms that monitor the stock market. Even though predictive power is thought to be correlated to complexity, not all insightful predictions are characterized by […]
By Dayrius Tay
In humanity’s search for portability, many observers have prematurely declared PC gaming a relic of a bygone era, with obnoxious beige boxes that whir like a jet. These days, gamers wax lyrical about the virtues of mobile gaming, despite their proclivity to hunch over tiny screens while jabbing aimlessly at unusable controls. This inexplicable trend has resulted in a generation of short-sighted, phone obsessed gamers in blissful ignorance about the inner workings of technology.
Sponsored by DSO National Laboratories, NUS High School’s Research Congress is an annual event that not only marks the culmination of our students’ efforts in research work, but also celebrates our students’ passion and perseverance in research. Students showcased their work in their respective research, innovation and enterprise programmes to their peers and distinguished guests from various partner organisations. […]
By Oviya and Cherry
After a year-long research journey, students from all over Singapore finally presented their final projects at the Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) at Big Box on the 7th and 8th of March this year.
Out of a total of more than 700 projects, 340 projects […]