The scholarship opened many doors for Benjamin, allowing him to leverage the full flexibility of the Science curriculum. He interned at pharmaceutical company Sanofi-Aventis Singapore, where he co-facilitated a commercial development summit, and went on a student exchange programme at National Taiwan University. He also worked at a social start-up where he discovered his interest in communicating science by using animation in various topics such as diabetes disease management, biotechnology, psychology and physics. He led an active student life as a Science Student Ambassador and organiser of the Inaugural Physics Freshmen Orientation Camp 2014. He is also the winner of two International Physics Olympiad Medals. He is currently teaching at the Faculty. He aspires to bring science and technology to others.