Science Chronicles Finalists Reveal!
The Organising Committee is delighted to reveal the Finalists for Science Chronicles Competition 2021!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our panel of judges who have helped review all entries. Their time and dedication has made it possible for us to reward the most creative and engaging stories:
- Assoc Prof Lim, Science Centre Singapore
- Mr Daniel Tan, Science Centre Singapore
- Dr Anne Dhanaraj, Science Centre Singapore
- Mr Eugene Wambeck, Science Centre Singapore
- Dr Sadie-Jane Alexis Nunis, Library Association of Singapore
- Mr William Phuan, Singapore Book Council
Click here to find out the Finalists for Science Chronicles Competition 2021!
All Finalists will be invited to an Awards Ceremony where the Top 3 Prize Winners and Merit Award Winners of each Category will be announced. All winners will also have their stories published in the upcoming Science Chronicles 2021 volume.
Science Chronicles is a science fiction writing competition organised by Science Centre Singapore (SCS). This is in conjunction with the UNTAME Festival, that celebrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in a multi-dimensional experience.
The competition aims to foster a new generation of scientific thinkers and writers who let their imagination reign free when it comes to the infinite potential of science and technology.
Science Chronicles is open to all students in Singapore of ages 15 – 18. Students are given free rein to pen their literary creations while including elements of science and technology within their storyline.
Science Chronicles is a literary quest that seeks to:
- Identify budding writers among the student cohort.
- Promote the applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to everyone.
- Encourage imaginative thoughts of science and technology of the future among students.
- Build a new breed of scientific thinkers and visionaries who can fuse the applications of science and research with the art of imaginative literary creation.
SCIENCE CHRONICLES 2021
27 May to 30 July 2021
Creative Writing Workshop
1 June 2021, 1pm – 3pm
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11 August to 10 September 2021
3 December 2021, 4pm – 5pm