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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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BLAZE Kenya Feb 17
We are live at Strathmore University for the launch of the YSK Bootcamp. This bootcamp will see 40 students who won in the 2019 competition, learn the importance of innovation, design thinking and IP Protection for innovation.
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Strathmore University Feb 17
Through their curiosity and creativity, the young scientists at the have the ability to promote solutions that permeate our borders. ~, PS, State Department for East African Community & Chairperson .
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Walter Maina Feb 17
Very engaging session! Happy faces!
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Her TallNESS Feb 18
Replying to @Lubira_Inziani
Looking forward to engaging with the new generation of future scientists, researchers and innovators in building their skillsets and contributing to as makes STEM accessible to all.
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Strathmore University Feb 17
Words of encouragement from Nadia Ahmed, CAS, ICT and Youth Affairs, and CAS, Ministry of Education, to the participants.
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Karagania Mwamlole Feb 18
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Kevit Desai Feb 17
The is currently underway at The winners will today learn more about IP Protection, Academic/ Investor/ Product - pitch presentation & Design thinking as well as have a Panel & Workshop led by: CIPIT, KIPI, KEPHIS, KECOBO
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Strathmore University Feb 17
The gives the young scientists a great week of opportunities. The YSK competition allows them to take part in STEM and to generate ideas that will make a difference to Kenya. ~, ambassador .
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Walter Maina Feb 18
Good to meet at the A few years back, Ray trained me on a few life skills! Asante Sana for believing in the Youths and support provided!
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MToto News Feb 19
Powering opportunity through digital inclusion in Africa. Coding and game development.
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FrenchEmbassyKenya Feb 18
Many of projects exhibited here could further provide gainful employment to young people across the country and contribute to Kenya’s economic growth. The Bootcamp also seeks to connect innovation with stakeholders.
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@iLabAfrica Feb 21
Students currently doing a mock pitch their ideas and projects to potential investors at at .
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Miti Feb 18
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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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State Department for Youth Feb 18
Today CAS graced the Young Scientists Kenya Boot Camp as a Guest Speaker . She urged them to be confident and showcase their best and offer solutions globally
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Winold Feb 18
Day 3 at 2019 winners engaging with industry partners to learn more on innovation for industry
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FrenchEmbassyKenya Feb 17
Our Deputy Head of mission Kim RAMONEDA joined PS ambassador at the opening of the Young Scientists Kenya Business Bootcamp The gives winners competition a week long training on commercialization of their ideas
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@iLabAfrica Feb 18
A vote of Thanks from Dr. John Olokuru from of Data Science and Analytics with the closing remarks of "Use the Head, Heart and hands to implement your innovative ideas."
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Miti Feb 18
Day 3 Bootcamp for the 2019 YSK winners. Our discussion is on “innovation for industry” . Thank you to for hosting us & our panelists
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