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Young Scientists KE
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 9h
You heard that right! Less than a week to go 👏🏽 Stay tuned for more information in the coming days 🎉
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Fionnuala Quinlan Nov 30
Join us next Tuesday to celebrate Kenya’s brilliant Young Scientists & their winning innovations. is online from Dec 8-11. Register here:
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BIK Nov 30
Register via the link to join the YSK Online National Science & Technology Exhibition from 8th - 11th December 2020! See more
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Darren Gillen Nov 30
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Young Scientists KE Nov 30
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projects. Kindly use this link to register for the event.
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Young Scientists KE Nov 30
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Due to the challenges posed by COVID-19, we have taken the opportunity to ensure the exhibition remains a key event in the education calendar by piloting a targeted online programme that will include the participating 110 students from 24 counties submitting approximately 64..
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Young Scientists KE Nov 30
We are very excited to host YSK’s first ever online exhibition and celebrate the impressive STEM talent in Kenya’s schools. This industry-pioneering virtual exhibition places YSK at the forefront of the Kenyan STEM ecosystem’s digital transformation..
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Young Scientists KE Nov 29
8. Last but definitely not least we have NORTH EASTERN region that will be represented by Sheikh Ali High School from Mandera. Will they emerge as top winners in their category? Stay tuned to find out. Tag all alumni and share widely!
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Young Scientists KE Nov 29
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7. ..Matuga Girls High School Waa Girls Chala Secondary School Timbila Boys High School Tag all alumni and share widely!
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Young Scientists KE Nov 29
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7. ..Sheikh Khalifa School Shree Swaminarayan Academy St.Thomas Girls Secondary School Still more to go.. Remember to like and share. Let us get the word out there!
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Young Scientists KE Nov 29
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7. COAST region has the most number of participants this year with 🔟 schools making it to the finals. A historic feat indeed! Let us have a look at who made it: Salvation Army Likoni High School For Visually Impaired Memon Academy High Mama Ngina Girls HighSchool..
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Young Scientists KE Nov 28
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6. ..Chebara Boys High School Rockfields Boys Uasin Gishu High School Ossen Girls High School Tag all alumni and share widely!
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Young Scientists KE Nov 28
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6. RIFTVALLEY REGION comes in with the 2nd highest number of finalists this year. Will they be able to emerge as the best in their respective categories? Stay tuned to find out. Keriko Sec School Naivasha Girls St. Francis Secondary School-Lare Kapsabet Sec School For The Deaf..
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KIP Nov 28
💪🏽💪🏽 proud of the Juja team.
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Young Scientists KE Nov 28
5. CENTRAL region finalists are here! Let's like, share and get the word out there. Maryhill Girls High School Thinks Juja preparatory & senior school Murera Secondary Nova Pioneer Tatu Girls St. Alexis Ruchi Girls High School
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Young Scientists KE Nov 27
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4.. Loreto Convent Msongari Nairobi Jaffery Academy Hon John Njoroge Secondary School Lets Go! 4 more counties are left. Did your high school make the cut? Follow us and stay tuned to find out.
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