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Is South African education ready to excel at Coding and Robotics?

Careers of the future are leaning more and more heavily on tech-centric skills. Recently the South African Basic Education sector announced developments the developments...

Egyptian inventor tests robot for diagnosing COVID-19

In an unusual scene, a white human-shaped robot was walking on its four wheels in the corridor of a private hospital's emergency department...
A Student From The Ghana Robotics Academy Foundation Doing A Demonstrating For Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful Minister Of Communications And Other Dignitaries

Robotics and ICT centre will impact the youth positively – Minister of Communications applauds...

The MTN Ghana Foundation has commissioned a multi-purpose ICT library and robotics lab at Ebenezer Senior High School which will also serve the Dansoman...
Robots will be able to do more for human beings in the future. (Photo: CFP)

Robotics, automation to play increasingly important role in combating COVID-19 – editorial

Robotics and automation could play an increasingly important role in combating infectious diseases such as COVID-19, according to an editorial published Wednesday on Science...

Academic City empowers SHS heads

As part of efforts to support sustainable change that will have an impact on the educational system, Academic City University College, has organized...
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Kuwait launches Robotics, AI Festival

Kuwait launched on Sunday the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Festival to promote the scientific awareness in Kuwait. At the opening ceremony,...

First Global announce winners of 2017 First Global Challenge

FIRST Global caps off the three-day robotics competition that saw one high-school team from each of the nearly 160 participating nations compete to address...

China to upgrade its manufacturing capacity

The new plan is part of the government's efforts to deliver the "Made in China 2025" blueprint announced last year, shifting the country away...
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African students urged to shed fear of mathematics

US-based Ghanaian-born NASA robotics engineer Dr Ashitey Trebi-Ollenu has urged African students to shed their fear of mathematics. He told the BBC?s Exchanges at the...

RISE competition slated for northern sector

The fourth edition of the Robotics Inspired Science Education (RISE) competition for students of the northern sector of the country has ended in Tamale. Five...