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Technology enthusiast makes maths learning fun

By Press Release 23 January 2018

A mobile phone app developed by a University of KwaZulu-Natal Computer Science student is set to make high-quality maths education free and accessible to students from various socio-economic backgrounds. FULL STORY >

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Enhancing analytics capabilities across Africa to build businesses of the future

By Opinion 8 December 2017

By Wesley Govender, Risk Advisory Africa Leader: Data Analytics FULL STORY >

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Johannesburg Girls are the stars of new science learning app

By Press Release 24 November 2017

In line with movements such as #BlackGirlMagic, the I Am Science initiative aims to work against race and gender biases that young girls and women face daily. FULL STORY >

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Accenture and GIBS research reveals digital can reignite industrial growth

By Press Release 3 November 2017

The latest Accenture and the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) whitepaper released yesterday has revealed that although South Africa’s digital economy makes it a standout among its emerging market peers, the... FULL STORY >

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Two awesome Humble Book Bundles take aim at Unix fans, Makers

By Press Release 2 December 2016

We usually cover the comic book bundles over at Humble Bundle, but the past two weeks have seen some interesting other releases happening. FULL STORY >

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Google's new Science Journal app is a real-time data capturer

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 23 May 2016

Using the native sensors embedded in many Android phones, Google recently debuted its Science Journal app for budding experimenters as part of its Making and Science initiative. FULL STORY >

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It’s Einstein v Tesla: Dawn of Science in new video game

By Staff Writer 31 March 2016

We love Ryu, Blanka and Dhalsim as much as the next guy, but if we were to be totally honest, we would prefer our Street Fighters to be hero scientists. Actually, exactly as Diego Sanches created for Superinteressante Magazine. FULL STORY >

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Science and tech fun to be had at P-STEM community day, Soweto

By Staff Writer 28 January 2016

Brainiacs from Soweto will get a chance to discover how space scientists, robotics experts and radio astronomists solve some of the world's biggest problems and mysteries on Saturday (30 January), during a STEM Community Day. FULL STORY >

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Einstein 100 is an animated video that pays homage to the Theory of Relativity

By Staff Writer 26 November 2015

It's all relative. Albert Einstein figured that out at age 36. Now 100 years later, in the week celebrating his Theory of Relativity, a short animated video breaks it down for viewers. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft and Code.org teaching kids to code using Minecraft

By Staff Writer 18 November 2015

In an effort to teach children to code, Microsoft and Code.org have teamed up for the third annual Hour of Code initiative with the aid of Minecraft. FULL STORY >

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Facebook announces launch of TechPrep to teach programming skills

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 22 October 2015

In a move to address the growing need for programming skills, Facebook launches its TechPrep website initiative to teach willing learners. FULL STORY >

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Youth skills development takes centre stage at opening of SAP Auditorium at the Cape Town Science Centre

By Staff Writer 5 August 2015

“Africa’s large youth population and positive economic growth potential primes the continent to play a leading role in the Digital Economy. FULL STORY >

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The Next Einstein Forum launches search for 54 of Africa's top young science and technology ambassadors

By Staff Writer 24 July 2015

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has launched the search for 54 of Africa's top young science and technology ambassadors, one from each African country. FULL STORY >

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37 students will represent Africa at Intel-sponsored ISEF this week

By Staff Writer 12 May 2015

The International Science and Engineering Fair kicks off this week, as 37 young African students take centre stage by showcasing their innovative solutions. FULL STORY >

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Intel International Science Fair showcases work from 1700 young scientists

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 8 May 2015

Taking place next week from 10-15 May, Intel welcomes more than 1400 young scientists to Pittsburgh, for the chance to win a combined $4 million in awards and scholarships. FULL STORY >

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