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EskomExpoKZN Feb 9
Eskom Expo for Young Scientists KZN Provincial Coordinator Nalini Dookie says presenting at helps learners develop communication skills Eskom Expo for Young Scientists
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Eskom Expo Feb 10
bronze medal winner Jaylin Cornelius used flowing water as an energy source in order to produce electricity. The water allows for a propeller to turn and this turning motion allows for a certain amount of electricity to be produced
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Eskom Expo Feb 19
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Damian created SchoolioTM to allow students to learn through playing syllabus specific games and technology. SchoolioTM also catered for students with no network connection through offline studying. Damian won R50 000 cash at
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Energy Direct Jan 27
Eskom: RT Exposcience: duo Jochen Enegelsman & Yventia Marchelle Julie from Hoërskool Boesmanland were inspired by light through a prism to investigate the role of different colours of light during photosynthesis Eskom_SA
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Eskom Expo Feb 11
bronze medal winner Jaylin Cornelius from Alexander Road High School used flowing water as an energy source in order to produce electricity. The water…
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Eskom Expo Feb 17
For their project, Vusimuzi Solani & Onyema Anyanwu from Mosikare Secondary School investigated recycled cow dung being used to produce methane and electricity. They say an…
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Eskom Expo 9h
Nicolas Wilsnach from Laerskool Saldanha aimed to determine whether seawater could be distilled and re-used to do laundry, dishes and for other household uses. Nicolas received a Highly Recommended certificate for his research project at
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Eskom Expo Feb 13
Bryanston High School’s Hritik Mitha talks about his project ‘Increasing The Efficiency Of Solar Panels By Glazing’. The project aimed to increase the overall energy…
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Eskom Expo Feb 11
Congratulations to silver medal winner & YouTuber Jakub Staudt on passing 10 000 subscribers 🙌🏽
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Eskom Loadshedding South Africa by @bridgetti Jan 27
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Eskom Expo Feb 19
The 2018 Junior Grand Prize winner was Damian van der Merwe, Grade 7 at CrawfordSchools, who tested the possibility of being able to assist students to use a new method of learning called educational gasification
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Eskom Expo Feb 20
For her project, Anika Meyer from Hoërskool Waterkloof observed many strange circular barren patches in rocky areas of Namibia. In the same areas many succulent euphorbias and many dead ones were also seen
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Solstice Dec 2
This year saw 13 year-old Tumelo named best young female scientist at the in South Africa for her ice box!
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Eskom Expo Feb 20
bronze medal winner Rirandzo Baloyi's battery heating lunch box allows learners to warm their lunch at school. The Hoërskool Akasia student says, "The lunch-box was safe to operate as I didn’t burn while operating it," she says
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Eskom Expo Feb 19
The gold medal winning research project by Reatlehile Sekaja & Mookgo Mofokeng from Beacon Secondary School found a way to generate water for agricultural use from cow dung. The duo's idea was inspired...
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Eskom Expo Feb 21
The team from Eden Karoo who represented their region at the 2018 Eskom Expo International Science Fair 🔙
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Eskom Expo Feb 17
For their research project, Nokwanda Shabalala & Melissa Robi from ML Sultan Primary Ladysmith investigated teenage pregnancies, conducting a survey and interviewing parents and young girls who fell pregnant
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Eskom Expo Feb 13
For his project, Brendon Tieties from Protea Hoërskool issued a survey for insight into the declining health of children - revealing children as young as 5-years-old were drinking coffee instead of consuming locally produced rooibos tea
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Eskom Hld SOC Ltd Jan 14
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Scifest Africa Jan 8
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