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Subscribe please! http://bit.ly/2jtQEu5 What's the difference between a pharmacist and a pharmacy assistant? WELP, here's a quick video explaining the general difference between the two. Also, pharmacy assistants are just as important as pharmacists! Find me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasminface/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jasminface Tumblr: http://jasminface.tumblr.com Snapchat: itsjasminface
Hi guys I hope you enjoyed my video. Most of the makeup i used in this video are from Chemist and the rest like brushes are from China town. There is not much diff between expensive and cheap one, the only concerned is make sure that you clean your face after because we're not really sure the quality thou some of you it may cause pimples and rashes... thank you for watching guys please give me thumbs up and subscribe....Luv yah! Pls Follow me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ladylove_abundance/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LadyLvAbundance
Looking for a fun and exciting career in science? Check out what our Singapore marine scientists have to say about their adventures, discoveries and wild life encounters. Get intrigued by what the marine research reveals and why these scientists are so passionate about it.
Bandwagon presents: Feel Amazing | Cashew Chemists Fancy doing some marketing? Cashew Chemists will be there to accompany your daily grocery run. Shot & Directed: Shian Wen Sound engineering: Ying Hao http://www.bandwagon.sg/ Like and subscribe to Bandwagon on Facebook to keep with the latest in live music in Singapore! https://www.facebook.com/bandwagonapp
Chan Hon Meng is the master chef behind “Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle,” the food cart home to the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world. Ringing in at a mere $1.50, Meng’s perfected braised chicken recipe was passed down to him by his uncle. Now, he’s serving hundreds of meals a day out of his hawker in Singapore. And while his food has gained acclaim and recognition across the culinary community, Meng hasn’t forgotten his roots. He’s still serving up the same great food, all for under two bucks. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Flavors series, where we do so much more than play with our food. Come with us as we dive into deliciously different and tastefully off-beat stories in the culinary world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an ema...
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NYLON SINGAPORE went around the island asking "What is the Singapore sound?". Episode 16 features the laidback Cashew Chemists: "What I feel is unique about Singapore's culture is the diversity. To pinpoint a sound in Singapore music, I don't think there's one." Watch the clip to hear their story. Follow Cashew Chemists at http://cashewchemists.bandcamp.com/
Not every Computer Science guy can fix your computer. Just in case you wanna know more about Tech related majors/opportunities, join Fish at #techfestSG next Saturday at Scape. More event details can be found @ Techfest.sg We're on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/wahbananasg Twitter/Instagram @wahbananasg Produced and Scripted by: Lingyi Xiong & Jason Hau Starring: Matthew Stewart (@Maxzzie) - https://www.facebook.com/TheBiggerFish Terence Then (@TerenceThen) - http://www.youtube.com/user/theterencethen Audrey Goh (@sparrowonweed) - https://www.facebook.com/DjSparrowonweed Eden Ang - (@Eden_Ang) - https://www.facebook.com/edenangedenang
We interviewed Chan Yin Thai, a professor in the NUS Chemistry Department, to find out more about his experience working in academia and research. Overview 00:10 Could you tell us a bit about yourself? 00:36 What kind of research do you do? 02:00 How did you get into research? 04:41 What do you do in a normal day at work? 07:27 What background do people in your field have? 10:27 Any interesting trends in your area of research? 12:27 What impact do you think your research has? 14:06 Any advice for us Chemistry undergrads?
The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) was formed on 1 April 2001 as a statutory board of the Singapore Ministry of Health with the integration of five specialised agencies. Its vision is to be the leading innovative authority protecting and advancing national health and safety. The organisation serves three key functions: It is the national regulator for health products; it secures the national blood supply through its operation of the national blood bank - Bloodbank@HSA; and it represents the national expertise in forensic medicine, forensic science and analytical chemistry testing capabilities. These support other regulatory and compliance agencies in the administration of justice and in safeguarding public health.
publichouse.sg rounds off the Baybeats series with a rip roaring good time with the boys who go by the name, Cashew Chemists. Read the full article at http://publichouse.sg/categories/community/item/648-music-baybeats-2012-featu... Want to be featured on our site? Or to get the latest on our music section? Like us on http://www.facebook.com/publichousesg.music or get the latest on Singapore and regional news on https://www.facebook.com/publichousesg
Professor Kai-Olaf Hinrichsen, Head of the Chair of Chemical Engineering at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM), explains the common differences between a degree in Chemical Engineering& a degree in Chemistry. Ranked 12th globally in the Academic World Rankings of Universities (ARWU) 2013/14, TUM's Chemistry faculty boasts of 4 Nobel Prize winners and numerous acclaimed professors. http://www.tum-asia.edu.sg Our Chemical Engineering programme is from a unique mix of the TUM Chemistry faculty and the TUM Mechanical Engineering faculty, creating a programme that combines world-class expertise on multiple levels. The Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (BSc Chem Eng) is taught in TUM Munich (in German) and also at TUM Asia in Singapore (in English), the Asian branch campus of ...
SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj In the World’s Cleverest Child and Me, Mark Dolan meets children with mind-boggling mental capacities – but are these young geniuses a force of nature or the product of some intensive nurture? Mark heads off to find out and in Seattle he meets the world’s youngest professor - literary genius Adora Svitak. In Malaysia he discovers a 9-year-old maths whiz who is CEO of his own company selling brain food. And in Singapore Mark attempts to befriend the world’s only known chemistry prodigy – an 8-year-old who’s already studying at degree level. He discovers life can be tricky for these baby brainboxes – but the biggest challenges are faced by their parents. CREDIT: DRG Barcroft TV: https://www.youtube.com/user/barcroftmedia/featured B...
The four students who represented the United States in the 44th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) discuss chemistry's role in paving the way for a brighter future for the world. This year, Dow was the sole corporate sponsor of the IChO, hosted by the American Chemical Society at the University of Maryland.
Chemical engineering is a branch of science that applies physical sciences (physics and chemistry) and life sciences (microbiology and biochemistry) together with applied mathematics and economics to produce, transform, transport, and properly use chemicals, materials and energy. Essentially, chemical engineers design large-scale processes that convert chemicals, raw materials, living cells, microorganisms and energy into useful forms and products.
James studied in one of the top schools in Singapore. He was failing terribly when he was in Sec 2, but had an amazing transformation and scored 93 marks in his final year exam! Watch and learn how he managed to turnaround his grades in such a short time. His parents had to drag him to Bright Culture, and he had absolutely no interest in the subject. However, the engaging lessons and interactive teachers helped to spark an interest in the subject. He became alot more confident and ended up scoring a mind boggling 93 marks for his final year exam! CHEMISTRY TUITION https://goo.gl/4wwgiX PHYSICS TUITION https://goo.gl/kmEHez MATHS TUITION https://goo.gl/yQuK3X CRASH COURSES Sec 3/4/5 O Level Chemistry - https://goo.gl/h6CS9X Sec 3/4/5 O Level Physics - https://goo.gl/hNfybR Sec 3/4/5 ...
SIT’s Pharmaceutical Engineering programme is the first in Singapore. This programme is built on an interdisciplinary curriculum that intersects engineering and science, with the aim to deliver a rigorous education that has a strong industry focus. The goal of this programme is to produce graduates who are both theoretically grounded and practice-oriented for the knowledge-intensive pharmaceutical industry and related sectors. This programme focuses on the development and manufacture of the two largest classes of pharmaceutical drugs, i.e. (i) biologics and (ii) small molecule drugs.
Formerly called Diploma in Applied Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Science, the SP Diploma in Applied Chemistry covers the areas of applying chemistry in forensics, materials, environment and more. Visit: http://www.sp.edu.sg/wps/portal/vp-spws/schcls.cse.ftdip.appliedchemistrywithpharmaceuticalscience