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YSK is Kenya’s premier Science and Technology competition. A key driver to innovation and socio-economic development.
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Young Scientists KE May 22
This Q&A is part of a series exploring the many paths to a career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Click to learn more about how lack of diversity in his field has troubled this mathematician (algebra and number theory).
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Young Scientists KE May 21
to our Outreach Activity in Nandi County earlier in 2019. The team was fortunate enough to interact with the awesome and introduce the students to some virtual reality. We urge the whole community to stay safe and keep innovating.
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Young Scientists KE May 18
is back and we would like all to watch the story 'How I Harnessed the Wind' on the attached link. A young man who saw a challenge, tackled it and as a result saved his village from imminent hunger: Like, comment and share.
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Young Scientists KE May 15
It's and we have an awesome story for all the young scientists. Find out how three students developed archery apps, safety equipment and a ball-sorting robots out of necessity. Click on the link: Remember to like, comment and share.
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Young Scientists KE May 13
is posing a challenge to learning institutions across the globe concerning delivery of quality education. This article sheds more light on the actions taken, implications and possible solutions here in Africa: Like, comment and share !
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Young Scientists KE May 12
Being admitted to hospital to have her appendix removed left a lifelong impression on Annette Kemoli. The care she received from the nurses set her down a challenging path which she overcame to become The First Kenyan Woman to earn a Nursing Degree. #YSK2020#WOMENINSTEM
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Young Scientists KE May 12
Replying to @CASTROJASPER4
Hi Castro, it is amazing that you are experiencing what you would have wanted to do when you were younger. We are rooting for you.
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Young Scientists KE May 12
Replying to @kiptaruspatrick
Hi Patrick, we are glad you are well. Yes, we all hope for a quick recovery so that we can go back to impacting the communities around us positively.
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Young Scientists KE May 12
Replying to @Lubira_Inziani
Hey Lubira, thank you for sharing your feedback 😂
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Young Scientists KE May 11
We hope the whole family is well and safe. On this chilly we would like to you to share with us what career you wanted to pursue when you were growing up and what you currently practice. Like, comment and share as we get the conversation going. #YSK2020#STEM
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Young Scientists KE May 8
Replying to @YSTKenya
"We, the Smith students of today, owe Mwangi a great debt for being one of the vanguard of women who broke down racial and gender barriers, thereby making our progress a little easier.” We couldn’t agree more. We celebrate Dr Nge’endo Mwangi our first female physician.
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Young Scientists KE May 8
Replying to @YSTKenya
On graduating, Dr Mwangi returned home and opened her first practice in Athi River and continue to practice in Kajiado and Makueni for many years. On hearing of her passing in 1989 Smith College students honoured Ngendo Mwangi with the following tribute:
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Young Scientists KE May 8
Replying to @YSTKenya
She undertook her undergraduate degree at Smith College where she was one of the college’s first black women. This lady of firsts went on to be the first African student at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she gained her medical degree in 1965.
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Young Scientists KE May 8
Replying to @YSTKenya
A graduate of Alliance Girls High School, Ng’endo Mwangi was Kenya’s first female medical doctor. Ng’endo studied in the US courtesy of the Mboya airlifts that transformed the lives of so many bright Kenyans.
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Young Scientists KE May 8
is here and we have an awesome story to share with you. It is about Dr. Ng'endo Mwangi, the First African Female Physician. However, before we share the full story we are urging you to like, share and comment with any interesting fact you may know about her.
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Young Scientists KE May 7
Reminiscing the times we could travel the whole country and meet the awesome in every county. Till then enjoy our Outreach photos and stay innovating.
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Fionnuala Quinlan May 6
Looking fwd to discussing Ireland’s deep ties w/ Kenya, our support to & & & tmrw on from 8-9am on w/ my Belgian colleague Ambassador Nicolas Nihon 🇧🇪 &
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Young Scientists KE May 6
PSA that to keep at bay, we need to keep clean and sanitize. When washing your hands: 1. Wet them. 2. Lather with soap. 3. Scrub behind, between your fingers and under your nails. 4. Rinse and dry.
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Young Scientists KE May 5
Showing dogged determination and unwavering persistence to not change one's position on something. This characterizes Gladys Ngetich's story of how she ventured into the field of Mechanical Engineering. Click on the link below to read her story:
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delphine nyaboke May 4
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