Science and Technology
Tech it Up with Techne: An Interview on TechWeek
An interview with Eu Jin, one of the co-heads of Techne, about TechWeek, their week-long event exploring technology and its implications in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ways of Seeing
This article explores recent scientific discoveries about the highly evolved colour-changing skin cells and eye structures of the octopus and cuttlefish to illustrate how they perceive and manipulate colour.
App-solute Essentials in Tembusu (Part 2)
In this two-part series, we speak to the brains behind tApp, Misty and tLaundry. Today, Sylvester Chun, a second-year Computer Engineering student, shares his team’s experience creating tLaundry (@tlaundrybot). The team comprises Sylvester; Kevin Chan (Year 2, Computer Science); Lester Tan (Year 4, Computer Science); Sriram Sami (Year 4, Computer Science); Sim Da Yang (Year […]
App-solute Essentials in Tembusu (Part 1)
In this two-part series, we speak to the brains behind tApp, Misty and tLaundry. Today, Ora alumnus Anthony Tantra, a fourth-year Civil Engineering student, shares his experience creating tApp (https://tinyurl.com/tapprelease) and Misty (https://t.me/TembusuMistyBot).
As Elon Musk Dreams of Mars, He Leaves Earth Behind.
It is difficult not to be swayed by Elon Musk. The man is driven by two things: urgent action against climate change and living a life of adventure. He quips, “I don’t want to be anyone’s saviour. I just want to think of the future and not be sad!” It is implied that both his sense […]
I love both the Arts and the Sciences. What to do?
Reuben Wang reflects about the differences and barriers between the Arts and the Sciences.