Centre Singapore (SCS) and BRAND’S® jointly unveiled a new brain exhibition
titled “Tuning in: Brain and Body” today. The exhibition, originally
from the American Museum of Natural History, has been enriched with locally
developed content to show the connection between brain and body, allowing
visitors to discover how their brains work, develop and evolve over time, and
its impact on one’s focus and well-being.
exhibition showcases the inside story of the human brain with a mix of artistic
representation and science over seven zones, encouraging a new perspective into
our own minds. Through imaginative art, vivid brain-scan imaging and dynamic
interactive exhibits for all ages, visitors will be brought up to date on the
latest in neuroscience, learn about the brain’s surprising ability to rewire
itself in response to external stimulation and discover new technologies used
to study the brain and treat conditions such as dementia.
To highlight the strong link between brain and
body, SCS and BRAND’S® have also developed five exhibits with local content.
These include interactive games such as the Circadian Rhythm Game, which
simulates a student ‘cramming’ for examinations and trying to balance the need
to sleep and eat as regulated by one’s natural body rhythm – a familiar sight
in academically driven Singapore. Visitors will also get to learn about the
importance of a healthy lifestyle for the body to be at an optimum state of
wellness so that we can perform at our peak.
exhibition “Tuning in: Brain and Body” officially launched on 13
December 2014, at Science Centre Singapore, Hall F and will end in 2019 (exact
date to be confirmed). Science Centre Singapore admission charges apply. For
more information, please visit Science Centre website.
Highlights of the opening ceremony
● Opening speech by Group CEO, Cerebos Pacific Limited & Minister, Ms
Grace Fu ●
● Visiting exhibitions co-developed by Science Centre Singapore and
● Media Coverage ●