Chief judge lauds implementable projects

…as national science fair opens

Chief Judge of this year’s National Science Mathematics and Technology Fair Lois Oliver yesterday praised students for the projects they have created, most of which are implementable and urged that corporate sponsors chip in to help make them a reality.

Santa Rosa Secondary School students pose with their ‘Mathematics Trail Game’ yesterday at  the National Science Mathematics and Technology Fair at the Anna Regina Secondary School, Essequibo Coast.

Santa Rosa Secondary School students pose with their ‘Mathematics Trail Game’ yesterday at the National Science Mathematics and Technology Fair at the Anna Regina Secondary School, Essequibo Coast.

Speaking at the opening of the fair at the Anna Regina Secondary School, Essequibo Coast, Oliver, who is Assistant Director at the Caribbean Science Foundation, said the quality of the projects showed that Guyana is in safe hands. “Because what I see is a whole lot of students who are willing to embrace  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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