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Her TallNESS Feb 18
Replying to @Lubira_Inziani
The students exhibited their winning innovations which are potential enterprises that - with the right support - could be further developed to curb the challenges faced within the country and contribute to KEs economic growth.
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BLAZE Kenya Aug 8
Category Award Winner for Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Aisha Ebrahim and Fatma Wolfgang won the award for their project; Re-using of Phenythelene to save aquatic life from oil spills. Congratulations to them.
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KenyaBuzz Aug 5
8th National Science and Technology & Exhibition Week 🔗
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William Samoei Ruto, PhD Aug 7
History, anthropology and/or any other social science are not unimportant. That is not my view.  We have a disproportionate focus on the arts and social sciences, which do not speak to the core of our development agenda.
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sam dindi, HSC. Aug 7
Nicole and Lucy from Nyamira girls in Bondo have been able to make a flocculent out of used aluminium cans that is able to treat waste water to become very clean. @UNEnvironment
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Young Scientists KE May 29
What are you doing to keep your community safe during this ? winner shared: "Today, to keep and stay safe, we all have to stay at home. As a enthusiast, I'm creating awareness about online security and safety
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William Samoei Ruto, PhD Aug 7
If you look at the biggest economies in the world, you will find that all of their education systems have a strong and deliberate bias towards STEM education.
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Dr. Mwirigi Kiula, Ph.D., MKIM, MNQI Aug 5
's Prof. Anne Muigai is the Lead Judge at the . Great minds present to judge the inventions and inspire innovations.
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Embassy of Ireland Aug 16
Thank you for all the support to 🙏🏽 🇮🇪 🇰🇪
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William Samoei Ruto, PhD Aug 7
We must develop a bigger interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) courses, which provide critical skill sets, to change our development trajectory. A STEM graduate is more likely to invent, innovate and solve problems.
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William Samoei Ruto, PhD Aug 7
Since we must compete with the best in the world, we have to scale up our engagement with the science, technology and innovation space, especially among our young generation. Science is going to rule the future and we have to be ready.
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William Samoei Ruto, PhD Aug 7
To accelerate progress towards an industrialised economy, we must deploy technology in inventing and innovating competitive solutions and pathways out of our challenges. 
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Embassy of Ireland Aug 15
Young Scientists Kenya winners were recognised by Patron, H.E President Kenyatta & Education CS Magoha for their brilliant science & technology projects 1 week after fantastic Awards Ceremony. proud to support them
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William Samoei Ruto, PhD Aug 7
During the Young Scientists Kenya Awards ceremony, Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), Nairobi County.
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Strathmore University Aug 7
Science is going to firmly rule the world and we have to be ready to adapt in this changing world. ~
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Young Scientists KE Aug 7
The winner of developed a solution on Universal Health Coverage Congratulations to all participants.🎊🎊🎊
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Moringa School Aug 3
Replying to @YSTKenya
On day 1 at , we had students from various high schools in Kenya passing by our stand to know more about what Moringa School offers & how it would benefit them in these times where tech is fast-changing how people perform certain tasks.
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Her TallNESS Feb 18
The facilitates linkages for the winners with individuals/companies from public & private sectors to support them to progress their scientific ideas into commercially viable business concepts and careers, or to explore opportunities for further research.
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National Commission for Science,Tech & Innovation Aug 7
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June McCombie Aug 7
has a great photo of my ex-colleague on its Twitter header and today I was able to meet his daughter and have her and her colleague explain the project to me that they are presenting Good science in the family
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