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Eskom Expo 2h
Are you showcasing your project at the 2018 and would like to be featured on our social media pages? Inbox us on Facebook your full name, school, grade, a brief summary of your project & a picture of you with your project, and we might just feature you 🤳
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Eskom Expo 2h
Replying to @ScottburghHigh
Pictured is Best Female Project Winner, Khilona Piyarlall from , who created an automatic water dispenser for animals which alerts pet owners/animal owners when the water sources of the animals are depleting
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Eskom Expo 8h
7 DAYS TO : Sandile Dube (Grade 9 at African School of Excellence) researched ways to reduce car accidents after his uncle passed away in a vehicle accident. "My project involves installing a sensor in a vehicle that can sense when another vehicle is too close.
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Eskom Hld SOC Ltd 2h
: Choose to discover your future with Expo For Young Scientists on .
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Eskom Expo Sep 24
8 DAYS TO : Aqil Variava (Grade 12 at Curro Klerksdorp) developed the “Pollution Index”, which is an investigation into water quality. Aqil researched water bodies in KwaZulu-Natal & Gauteng to develop a system that anyone can use to identify the quality of any water
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Eskom Expo Sep 18
14 DAYS TO : Meet Collen Themba (Grade 11 from Phulong Secondary) who was inspired by Radio Frequency (RF) Energy to create the "Radiated Power" - a device that harvests energy that can be used to charge cellphone batteries and other mobile devices
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Eskom Expo 8h
Replying to @Exposcience
... The sensor is also able to move the vehicle away from objects. The breathalyser would be attached to the steering wheel allowing the vehicle not to exceed a speed limit of 20km per hour," says Sandile
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Eskom Expo Sep 20
12 DAYS TO : Expert medical diagnosis via an app? Anica Dennis from Potchefstroom High School for Girls’s research entails an expert system app for smart phones to guide rural parents to make a basic diagnosis of their child’s condition
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Eskom Expo Sep 23
Happy South Africa! Check out our young scientists say "hello" in their native tongues Eskom Hld SOC Ltd
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Eskom Expo Sep 19
13 DAYS TO : As we're counting down to the International Science Fair, meet Ponelopele Mofokeng (Grade 5 from Laerskool Noordval), who embarked on researching a different source of energy with her project "Free Energy Without Using Energy"
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Eskom Expo Sep 17
Have you been selected to showcase your project at the 2018 Eskom Expo for Young Scientists International Science Fair and would like to be featured on our social media pages?
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Eskom Expo Sep 21
11 DAYS TO : Special Prize winner: Best Innovation at the Gauteng South Regional Fair, Karshin Naidoo from Word Of Life Christian School investigated a more effective, efficient and renewable energy form of heating, in the form of a Turbine Powered Heater
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Eskom Expo Sep 20
5 of the brightest young scientific minds from Seiphemelo Secondary School in Ikageng recently took home the plaudits at the at the Madiba Banquet Halls
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Eskom Expo Sep 20
The Eskom Expo International Science Fair does not only feature fascinating projects by learners who aim to make a difference in communities, but includes fun, entertainment and more opportunities to grow as a young scientist! The fair takes place 2 to 5 October
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Eskom Expo Sep 20
Replying to @Exposcience
The app identifies danger signs and the urgency to get the child to a health care professional is expressed in three classes: high, medium, low. "Children’s lives can be saved if parents realise the urgency of a sick child’s condition," says Anica
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SciPro MOE📖 Sep 19
12 days left to
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SciPro MOE📖 Sep 19
13 days to the
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Eskom Expo Sep 19
Replying to @Exposcience
The security system also notifies residents of intruders. Recent revealed there were 228 094 cases of burglaries reported in South Africa in the past year
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Eskom Expo Sep 19
Levy Mehlape, Grade 11 @ Marobathota High School, was motivated by increasing burglaries in his area to hypothesise the Anti-Theft Notifier System - which purifies the air of any substances that might be released into the home
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Eskom Expo Sep 19
Replying to @Exposcience
Load shedding sparked the idea using a mini fan and magnets to charge a battery that stores power for consumption. The project aims to be an affordable source of energy
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