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.
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 […]
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).
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 […]
Reuben Wang reflects about the differences and barriers between the Arts and the Sciences.
Did you know that Steve Jobs turned to TCM not long before his demise? Rounding off the semester on Treehouse, Marcus Seah finishes his public health column by bringing insights into the coexistence of TCM with western medicine in his article.