School Talks/Workshops/Public Lectures

These can be hosted at school campus or the venue where the AOGS annual meeting is being held. The speakers are always volunteer experts in their fields and mostly presenters attending the annual meeting. The Earth Observatory of Singapore and NASA are key contributors to these learning activities.

Geoscience Challenge

Winners: 2021 | 2019

Aims & Awards
To give students the experience of conducting an investigative geoscience project and provide students with a platform to exhibit and share their findings with others.

Certificate of participation will be presented to all submitted research plans or reports. Gold, Silver, Bronze and Merit awards will be presented to deserving projects.

Students are allowed to submit projects in or related to all AOGS geoscience disciplines

Atmospheric Sciences (AS)
Biogeosciences (BG)
Hydrological Sciences (HS)
Interdisciplinary Geosciences (IG)
Ocean Sciences (OS)
Planetary Sciences (PS)
Solar & Terrestrial Sciences (ST)
Solid Earth Sciences (SE)

Students are encouraged to be creative in designing their research projects using available resources. There are 2 categories: Middle School (ages 11 - 13), High School (ages 14 - 18)


  1. The official language is English
  2. All entries must be investigative geoscience projects involving experimentation and/or data collection.
  3. Each project group can have 1 to 3 members.
  4. Each school is permitted to submit up to 5 projects each.
  5. Each student may only join 1 project group.
  6. The participants must work on the project themselves. Teachers can only provide guidance and advice.
  7. No experiments on mammals (e.g. mice or humans) are permitted.
  8. Current Geoscience Challenge participation fee is SGD75/- per entry but may vary in select cases.