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Eskom Expo 19m
From an extraordinary 10-year-old mathematician to a 14-year-old scientist on the cusp of technological development. speaks to remarkable children, including
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Eskom Expo 36m
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Their research was inspired by the deaths of many pets in the Northern Cape due to the extreme weather conditions. Different models for a safe pet shelter, which depicts the most natural environment was investigated by the duo’s bronze medal winning project
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Eskom Expo 38m
Kaylen Le Roux & Demi Visagie from Laerskool Calvinia in the Namaqua region sought advice from a vet to understand how the best design could be effectively used to provide pets with the most comfortable environment for shelter
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Eskom Expo Nov 15
Meet Tumelo Ramokone – the village girl who created a solar-powered cooler box which she showcased at
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Eskom Expo Nov 16
Set your reminders! Derek Watts from meets brilliant, young South African minds, including silver medal winner Farida Cajee, this Sunday at 7pm on M-Net, DStv channel 101, and again at 8pm on M-Net Plus 1 channel 901
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Eskom Expo Nov 16
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The research and project will benefit the general public as they use traffic lights daily. It will also benefit the as no cost will be incurred for powering traffic lights
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Eskom Expo Nov 19
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Alecia's project aims to identify and determine the susceptibility of micro-organisms that cause skin infections without the need for laboratory infrastructure or equipment Eskom
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Eskom Expo Nov 18
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The duo wanted to possibly improve the speed of play and to explore altering the body of the guitar in order. They won a silver medal for their project at
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Eskom Expo Nov 15
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Maia was able to demonstrate that when a turbine is subjected to water follow it will generate electricity, and won a bronze medal at
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Eskom Expo Nov 15
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“Plastic alone does not stick to potholes, but by mixing the plastic with rubber and tack-coat holds it into place,” the duo said of their silver medal winning Eskom Expo International Science Fair project
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Eskom Expo Nov 18
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I used recyclable materials to sow pads. My project could create job opportunities for people who can sow,” she says
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Eskom Expo Nov 16
The Expo attempts to encourage interest in the fields of science and technology, with the ultimate goal of urging young people into these careers. The nature of the projects also results in public awareness for science and technology
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Eskom Expo Nov 16
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After conducting interviews with residents about their electricity needs, Samuel collected materials and constructed a model detailing how the project would benefit his community
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Eskom Expo Nov 13
silver medal winners, Jasmika Kisten & Raeesah Laher, Grade 11 at Parktown High School for Girls, investigated alternative ways of melting & moulding plastic to recycle it into bricks that can be used to build houses for low-income residents in informal settlements.
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Eskom Expo Nov 13
12-year-old scientist Mukundi Kutama from Bashasha Primary School in Mulodi, Limpopo says participating in was hard work. Mukundi's desire to invent new things earned her a bronze medal at the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists...
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Eskom Expo 24h
The bronze medal winning project, ‘Colour affects my brain’, by Samantha Beukes, Grade 10 at Bridgton Senior Secondary School, found that warm colours will make learners more relaxed and help them focus. Samantha explains…
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Eskom Expo Nov 17
Pretty Mahlangu, Grade 8 at Emthunzini Primary School, says the negative impact that a lack of sanitary pads has on her class mates inspired her project ‘Home-made sanitary pads’. “Girls can't afford to buy pads and stay out of school, which affects their education
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Eskom Expo Nov 16
: Samuel Mashaba, Grade 9 at Verena Primary School, aims to assist his community with solar lighting in areas where people do not have access to electricity
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Eskom Expo Nov 16
Eskom Best Energy Project Award winner and gold medal winner Sachin Mohan, Grade 8 at Horizon International High School, created a renewable source of energy that can provide power...
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Eskom Expo Nov 15
The purpose of Maia Klijnstra, Grade 7 at Kloof Senior Primary School in KZN’s project was to generate energy using everyday items that western civilization uses to create free lighting for a household
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