• Apr : 26 : 2016 - Jatropha : Is it really the Biofuel Hope?
  • Feb : 12 : 2016 - Facts About Giraffe’s Tongue
  • Feb : 4 : 2016 - Nerdy Valentine’s Gift: I (Stick Figure Anatomical Heart) Science Magnet
  • Feb : 2 : 2016 - Should We Manage and Sustain Marine Fisheries?
  • Jan : 19 : 2016 - What Animals Have Different Coloured Blood?
  • Jan : 10 : 2016 - What is Golden Rice?
  • Jan : 1 : 2016 - Breast Cancer: not a sweet sugar
  • Dec : 18 : 2015 - How to Make Invisible Ink?
  • Dec : 8 : 2015 - Stroke Recovery with Electric Current
  • Dec : 6 : 2015 - Wearables That Will Be Banned in Singapore

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Jatropha came into the limelight in 2007 when Goldman Sachs mentioned jatropha as one of the best crops for biofuel production. At the same time,   Read More ...

Giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis) is no doubt the model of animal kingdom for its long legs and neck, long eyelashes, and spotted skin patterns.  We wrote   Read More ...

What a subtle way to express your love (for science).  According to relationship experts, men who wear red appear more attractive to women.  Giving out   Read More ...

There are currently approximately 200 million people employed in the fishery industrial sector worldwide. The importance of the fishery industry to their livelihood can be   Read More ...

Warning: This is a bloody article. Not suitable for people with homophobia. Is Blood Red or Blue? It is a common sense that blood is   Read More ...

Rice is the staple food for billions of people.  It does not contain any vitamin A naturally. Golden rice is genetically modified rice (Oryza sativa). It   Read More ...

In recent years, there are articles online saying that “sugar is the new smoking”.  Is it true?  There are various evidence showing that obesity is   Read More ...

Email and instant messaging have replaced the writing of physical letter or notes.  It is still important to equip our fellow readers with knowledge of   Read More ...

Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) in Singapore studied the use of electric current to stimulate severe stroke patients’ brains to help them regain limbs   Read More ...

Companies and researchers are investing in developing the wearable device, including Google  (glass), FitBit, JawBone, Fossil, Nike, Garmin and Apple.  Scientists of University of Manitoba, Canada, recently   Read More ...

Jatropha came into the limelight in 2007 when Goldman Sachs mentioned jatropha as one of the best crops for biofuel production. At the same time, crude oil price was breaking new high record almost every day, which pressured the world on seeking alternative energy.  The lowly poisonous price suddenly turned into a biofuel darling amongst other biofuels’ sources, such as algae, Pongamia, fungi, coffee grounds, etc. What is Jatropha plant?   Read More ...

Giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis) is no doubt the model of animal kingdom for its long legs and neck, long eyelashes, and spotted skin patterns.  We wrote a brief article on “how do giraffes sleep”, and today we will explore more facts on giraffe’s tongue. How long is a giraffe’s tongue? We know that a giraffe has long legs and neck.  However not many people know that it actually has long tongue   Read More ...

What a subtle way to express your love (for science).  According to relationship experts, men who wear red appear more attractive to women.  Giving out this hot red little magnet printed with different chemical elements will definitely deliver the message of your love (for science).  Other than five chemical elements of iodine, scandium, ether, nitrogen and cerium, the magnet has an anatomical heart and a weird looking sticky figure.  The sticky   Read More ...

There are currently approximately 200 million people employed in the fishery industrial sector worldwide. The importance of the fishery industry to their livelihood can be said as central to livelihood and food security. Fisheries products account for 15.3% of total animal protein consumed by people. The annual yield of fisheries products had been rising for every country, although it is predictable that such increasing yield might be responsible for deteriorating   Read More ...

Warning: This is a bloody article. Not suitable for people with homophobia. Is Blood Red or Blue? It is a common sense that blood is red. However our blood appears blue when we look at our veins. Is blood red or blue? In case you have not seen human blood before, blood is actually red due to the hemoglobin protein in the blood. The hemoglobin protein is consisted of hemes   Read More ...

Rice is the staple food for billions of people.  It does not contain any vitamin A naturally. Golden rice is genetically modified rice (Oryza sativa). It is modified to produce enzymes for the biosynthesis of β-carotene in the endosperm. It is being offered to the Third World as a cure for widespread vitamin A deficiency. In 2015, Golden Rice was awarded one of the seven 2015 Patents for Humanity Awards by the   Read More ...

In recent years, there are articles online saying that “sugar is the new smoking”.  Is it true?  There are various evidence showing that obesity is the cause of many diseases, and sugar plays an important role in becoming obese. Whether sugar is the new alcohol or tobacco, a study of University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center showed that sugar intake increases the risk of having breast cancer.  Scientists detected   Read More ...

Email and instant messaging have replaced the writing of physical letter or notes.  It is still important to equip our fellow readers with knowledge of creating invisible ink in case there is a need to send secret letter when all electronic devices are broken down.  No fancy UV light is required to recreate this secretive writing method invented 2,000 years ago.  All you need are: Lemon Saucer Water Teaspoon Toothpick White paper   Read More ...

Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) in Singapore studied the use of electric current to stimulate severe stroke patients’ brains to help them regain limbs control.  The team used brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) in robotic therapy to repair victims’ neurological pathway by helping the body to imagine motor movements.  The new  neurological rehabilitation technique will help those with severe disabilities who are facing bottleneck in recovery by doing repetitive exercises. (news   Read More ...

Companies and researchers are investing in developing the wearable device, including Google  (glass), FitBit, JawBone, Fossil, Nike, Garmin and Apple.  Scientists of University of Manitoba, Canada, recently published a report in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces showing the possibility of creating wearable device with stretchable sensor by using chewing gum.  The unique technology made of gum and carbon nanotubes will allow the device to track the smallest movement of wearer, including mood, heart rate,   Read More ...

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