From large conferences to webinars and intimate fireside chats, Wildtype Media is known for creating memorable bespoke events and workshops for our clients, media partners and community. This includes live webinars, fireside chats, seminars, workshops, award ceremonies, book launches, networking and community events.


Wildtype Media Expert Opinion

Wildtype Media Expert Opinion is a nine-part live webinar series that features thought leaders as they tackle conversations on COVID-19, covering topics from vaccines to misinformation and mental health.

Over the course of two months, the series gained tremendous traction around the world, receiving over 24,000+ views from 85 countries.

Guest speakers include Nobel laureate Prof. Brian Schmidt, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, Editor-in-chief of Nature Magdalena Skipper, and Prof Robert Langer, Co-Founder of Moderna. Watch the recordings of the webinar here.

Asian Scientist Junior

Asian Scientist Junior is a six-part children’s book series that dives into the lives of extraordinary scientists who have made significant contributions to the science and technology space. Through these stories of courage and conviction, the books hope to inspire all children, wherever they grow up, to dream of a better tomorrow.

The series is published by Wildtype Books after a month-long Kickstarter campaign which raised more than S$15,000. It was officially launched in a special storytelling session with guest of honor, Mr. Heng Swee Keat, Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore. With support from the City Developments Limited, the books were donated to primary schools and libraries across Singapore.

The Impact of STEM on Business and Society

To mark the anniversary of the Good Science = Great Business 2018 festival, Asian Scientist Magazine co-organized a panel discussion and networking event with the Australian High Commission to Singapore. The event received more than 100 academics, civil servants, venture capitalists, startup founders and industry experts. Head to our Facebook album for a glimpse of what went down that evening.

Gene Genius: An evening with Sir Richard Roberts

Discussions on genes and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can be complex and divisive. In partnership with the 1880 members club, Wildtype Media Group invited Nobel Laureate Sir Richard J. Roberts FRS to share his views on GMOs, science communication and open access publishing.

At the event, 250 attendees were treated to sliders provided by Impossible Foods. These were later revealed to be made with 100% plant-based meat. Up till that moment, most attendees were not aware that the patties were made of wheat protein, coconut oil, potato and heme. Head over to our Facebook album to take a look at what took place that evening.

How To Position Your Science In The Best Light

How To Position Your Science In the Best Light is a half-day workshop that aims to equip aspiring science communicators with the skills required to convey complex concepts in a timely and accurate manner.

In partnership with the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Innovation Centre, we invited Brian Lin, Director of Editorial Content Strategy at EurekAlert!, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), to share his insights on how researchers and corporate communication officers can work together more effectively. The 2019 session drew over 120 researchers and corporate communication officers.

How To Build A Professional Brand Online

From best practices to content creation, the two-day professional branding and LinkedIn workshop equipped IPI employees with the skills required to become brand advocates for the organization.

In a post-event survey, over 90% of respondents shared that the workshop helped them better understand the importance of social media and building a digital presence.

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