The Young Engineers and Scientists of Africa (YESA) is an initiative aimed at increasing the pipeline Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation (STEMI). YESA interventions operate from Grades 0-12 and are designed to supplement the national curriculum in a stimulating and challenging environment to promote creativity and innovation. All interventions are aimed at addressing the gaps in the developmental stages of providing support to learners through a broad range of activities.
Summary of Key Activities of YESA
Key partners include:-
Ready for your close-up? Well, I hope so, because this little guy is going to get a closer look at you than any other sensor before it. Created by scientist F. Levent Degertekin, this 1.5mm donut-shaped camera is small enough to make itself comfortable inside your arteries with some help from a catheter.
Multi-material 3D printer launched bbc.co.uk
26 January 2014 Last updated at 20:53 ET The new $330,000 printer is targeted at industrial designers and manufacturers The world's first multi-material full-colour 3D printer has been launched by Stratasys, the owner of the MakerBot range of printers.
November 19, 2013, 5:13 am
WALLOPS ISLAND, Virg. (NASA & OSC PRs) — The United States Air Force Minotaur I rocket scheduled for launch on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. from Virginia will carry a record number of satellites — 29 — into orbit. The rocket will launch a defense test spacecraft and 28 small CubeSats, including the first satellite designed and built by high school students and PhoneSat 2.4, a second generation smartphone mission.