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The NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. in Science Communication aims to foster in its participants the skills necessary to:
- be competent, confident, effective communicators of science and technology to the general public and school-age audiences
- develop materials for effective communication to non-specific audiences
- propose and supervise project work and other scientific activities
- develop strong lifelong learning habits
Applicants seeking admission to the course for the NUS-ANU Joint M.Sc. degree program in Science Communication must have a Bachelor degree in Science with Honours (or equivalent) from a reputable university.
5 years ago
Besides otters, Singapore has plenty of wildlife to look out for instead of virtual cartoons. Sean Yap, a student at NUS, started the Real Life Pokemon of Singapore page to show the cooler and real life versions of Pokemon characters. Here are some of my favourites:
5 years, 1 month ago
The International Bicycle Film Festival x Singapore Eco Film Festival (SGEFF) partnership will kick off this Aug 20 at the Ride Safe event. Drop by their booth to find out more about cycling, sustainability and the 1st SGEFF (10 to 13 Nov)!