“Last year, we had Africa Science Week in 13 countries. We’ve expanded to 35 countries this year and we are truly excited about how fun and relevant the activities will be for all ages. Activities include science expos and caravans, coding workshops, hackathons, robotics competitions, Science and Cocktails for the business community, innovative academic conferences, celebrating Women in STEM events, movie nights, industry visits etc. We are grateful to Johnson & Johnson Innovation as well as all of our local supporters, for working with us to make STEM education and careers cool and we look forward to seeing the impact of NEF Africa Science Week over the next few years,” said Mrs. Nathalie Munyampenda, Managing Director of the Next Einstein Forum.
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