Book Review: “The Book Of Nothingness: Vacuums, Voids And The Latest Ideas On The Origin Of The Universe”

Book Review: “The Book Of Nothingness: Vacuums, Voids And The Latest Ideas On The Origin Of The Universe”

Gabrielle Chong reviews the interesting book on the ideas of vacuum in space and the origin of the universe.

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The Detective: Part 3

The Detective: Part 3

Part 3 of the science short story written by Dr Wong Kah Keng.

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Molecular Medicine Made Easy in Poetry

Molecular Medicine Made Easy in Poetry

This is the era of molecular medicine If you are not in it, you are out of fashion Every disease now has genetic notion From colo-rectal cancers to disturbed emotion Everyone is talking about DNA Which could be obtained from victim or prey Policemen, judges, fear we allay…

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Film Reviews: Through the lens of a scientist

Film Reviews: Through the lens of a scientist

The Sun is dying in 2057. A group of professionals consisting of astronaut, physicist, biologist, medics and engineer from diverse backgrounds are onboard of a spaceship (deliciously-named as Icarus II) in a mission to re-ignite the Sun with a nuclear bomb constructed from all of Earth’s fissile materials. On their journey to the Sun, they receive a distress signal from an external source in the outer space. This forces them to make a coin-flip decision whether to make a detour heading to the distress signal or to continue with their journey whose success of re-igniting the Sun is entirely theoretical. A series of pulsating and nail-biting events follow with a rising crescendo of death-defying situations brought into the finale.

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The Detective: Part 2

The Detective: Part 2

With the presentation closing in at 11 a.m., Justin completed the cell culture work by transferring the cells into a vial. It was subsequently kept in a small container, aptly titled as ‘Mr. Frosty’, to be placed inside a -80oC freezer for initial cell preservation. Mr. Frosty allowed the cells…

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