Find out about the top winners and programming of the 2020 Africa Science Buskers Festival held virtually on 28-30 August.
The Science Buskers, a program of the Science House for African Youth (SHAY) Institute and Zimbabwe Science Fair, is a champion for science dedicated to expanding effective STEM education, scientific curiosity, and scientific research and innovation in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa.
Our young scientists represent the country and continent in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (the world's biggest pre-university science competition). And they always shine. Take a look at the 2020 Regeneron ISEF highlights video at 0:30s and at 2:10. We support and celebrate our young scientists, the stewards of our future!!!
Through our science and innovation competitions, STEM education programs, science circuses and festivals, we are equipping children with the inspiration, mindsets, curiosity and skills to prepare them for a brighter future.
Our 2020 Broadcom MASTERS International delegate, Ruvarashe Moyo, was recently featured in an article about five young scientists and engineers from around the world working to make the world a better place.
Our 2018 Community Innovation Award recipient, MacDonald Chirara, illumination rural homes with electricity from household waste.
For the first time in history, a minor planet has been named after a Zimbabwean. That Zimbabwean is non other than Pelagia Majoni, our young scientist who created a battery from potato paster and corn flour.
The Africa Science Buskers Festival is an annual science communication celebration that brings together over 500 students and teachers from African countries.
The Zimbabwe Science Fair is Zimbabwe's most prestigious science research competition for the country's best and brightest young scientists in primary and high schools.
The Science Circus is a travelling exhibition taking extraordinary, fun and entertaining science demonstrations to schools and public places using everyday materials.
Mini-science centres in schools and communities serving as sustainable and interactive centres for self and informal science learning.
A partnership with the University of Zimbabwe. The Science Centre is being developed in the Faculty of Science at the University of Zimbabwe to serve a centre for the public awareness of science.
Highly immersive and hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics camps in collaboration with Noor Academy.