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Closing Africa’s Gender-based Gap In STEM

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Encouraging Africa’s #youngwomen to venture into #STEMfields, and equipping them with #STEM Education is a bold step towards social and economic development, not only for themselves but also for their various communities and the continent of #Africa as a whole. In view of this need, many African women have taken the lead in advocating #STEMEducation […]

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Black Women Inventors

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Have you ever wondered who was the brain behind the invention of the GPS technology with which your #smartphone operates? Meet Dr Gladys West, an African-American Mathematician born in 1930 in her hometown Sutherland, Virginia, USA. As a #Mathematician, Dr West devoted most of her time collecting and analysing satellite data from the surface of […]

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STEM Ambassadors Robotics Exhibition

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Last year’s #STEM Ambassadors Robotics Exhibition was an eye-opener to hundreds of students from nine secondary schools in Onitsha, Anambra State. #Students were not only inspired by the exhibition but they learned so many things about #Robotics and its implication on the future of work. #Robotech#STEMEducation#Onitsha#FutureofWork#STEMed#STEMGirls#Robots#HandsOn#Tech#Science#Education#TechGirls#Schools#AnambraState#Nigeria#STEMIsFun