Earthquakes & Tsunamis – Living with Risks

Check out the exhibition at the Science Centre Singapore to understand more on the risk involved in living in areas prone to earthquakes and tsunamis

Earthquakes and tsunamis – Living with risk raises the general public’s awareness of earthquake risk and prevention through the presentation of a wide range of accounts from first-aid workers, experts and others who have been through an earthquake or a tsunami. The exhibition also includes prevention experiments and a quiz to individually test visitors’ behaviour and reactions if faced with a real disaster.

Visit the website for more information.
http://www.science.edu.sg/exhibitions/Pages/EarthquakesandTsunamis-LivingwithRisk.aspx

Also, join the talk held in conjunction with the exhibition by Dr Liew Soo Chin, Head of Research and Principal Research Scientist at the Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP), National University of Singapore.

ANNOUNCEMENT

Please feel free to forward this to interested friends and colleagues.

Science Centre Singapore

and

Institut Français Singapore

in conjunction with its

Living with Risk Exhibition *,

cordially invite you

to

Science in the Café

on

Thursday, 20 November 2014 at 7:00pm

in

The Newton Room

Science Centre Singapore

with

Dr Liew Soo Chin

Principal Research Scientist & Head of Research

Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP)

National University of Singapore

on

Observing the Planet Earth from Space

Please see below for more information.

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Pre-registration is required for all attendees.

Attendance is free for all who pre-register.

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Reservations are accepted on a first-come-first-served basis due to limited seating.

Please make your reservations by replying directly to this announcement.

Please include your name, the number of attendees

& your Science Centre membership link number (if any).

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