Energy exhibits take centre stage at science fair

Exhibits that focused on alternative energy, clean energy and energy efficiency stole the spotlight yesterday when the Science, Mathematics and Technology fair opened at the Queen’s College Auditorium.

The fair, themed ‘Solving 21st Century Problems in a Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly Manner’ is a collaborative effort by the Department of Education, the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD), the Burrowes School of Art and the Technical Vocational Educational Institute (TVET). The event, which concludes today, is aimed at drawing creative, scientific and practical solutions in dealing with community-based problems.

Tasked with designing miniature models of their ideas that can be replicated on a grand scale, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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