The 2021 edition of the Sci-Tech Fair kicked off at the Academic City University College campus in Haatso with an overwhelming turnout of basic school students and the general public.
On display, a myriad of different technological innovations was made available to the public to behold and admire. Academic City University College, the host institution, led the exhibition with two projects and two experiential stands, while the likes of Okuapemman School, Obuasi SHTS, St. Thomas Aquinas SHS and Kumasi Academy displayed student projects.
Ghanaian innovator Joshua Wonnedome Ziem’s project on display was a Multi-bottles Microphone System, coupled with a chargeable MP3 player with an AUX port and audio amplifier.
Zipline, a start-up that designs, manufactures, and operates delivery drones, set up a stand to showcase one of their drones and explain to the public how their drones are assisting the medical sector.
Here’s the full gallery of pictures from Day One.
The #SciTech Fair continues on day two (30th July, 2021), with these same projects and the start of the Sci-Tech Innovation Challenge featuring entries by 10 Senior High Schools from across the country.
The STEM Festival 2021 is proudly sponsored by Absa Bank Ghana Limited, with support from Academic City University College, Junior Camp Ghana, Joy News, Joy Learning and YFM.