The one-north Festival is a celebration of research, innovation, creativity, and enterprise and is open to the public on 18 and 19 August 2017. Held at Biopolis this year, the Festival is jointly organised by Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and JTC and supported by Science Centre Singapore and Mediacorp; along with many partners within and beyond one-north.
Visitors can expect to hear from and interact with scientists, innovators, media creators and entrepreneurs. Discover what it is that inspires them and how a passion for science, technology, creativity and enterprise is pioneering an innovation future for all.
Featuring interactive demos, workshops, talks, tours and more; the one-north Festival will engage and delight you in a journey of learning and discovery for all in the family! Check out the highlights and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest Festival updates.
AT A GLANCE
Booths and Live Demos
Experience the innovations for Future Health, Future Living and Future Work that will shape the future and transform our lives.
Talks and Workshops
Hear from entrepreneurs and innovators as they share insights and upcoming trends that will impact how we will live, work and play.
Tours, Open Houses and Fringe Activities
Peek into the world of science & technology – get up-close with the inner workings of labs and studios of our innovation partners around one-north.
Check out Live Performances by scientists and participate in fun races and hands-on activities!
X-periment!, by Science Centre Singapore, aims to excite and educate the public with the latest developments and research work in the field of science and technology. For more details, visit Science Centre Singapore.
Participate in the inaugural RACE.EAT.PLAY @ one-north Festival, organised by JTC which aims to inspire innovation amongst the one-north community and public by presenting it in a fun and accessible manner. Build and RACE your own soapbox, EAT at the future food street and PLAY with cool technology at robotics jamming! Click here to register for the Soap Box race.