World Technovation Challenge
30 Aug 2019
Brain Squad, a group of five Nigerian girls, has invented an app that helps less privileged children go to school. The app, Handsout, won the People’s Choice award at this year’s global Technovation competition in Silicon Valley, California. More than 19,000 teenage girls were featured in the competition
3 Sep 2018
If any proof is required that much good can come out of this country despite her challenges, it was amply demonstrated the other day by the achievement of five girls from a Catholic school in Onitsha who won the Gold Award at the ‘World Technovation Challenge’ held at Silicon Valley, in the United States. This…
1 Sep 2018
For winning Gold in this year’s edition of the World Technovation Challenge held recently in the Silicon Valley, San Francisco, USA...
28 Aug 2018
The dreams of Nigeria’s world technovation girls have been given a nudge as their home state government yesterday offered support for their education, up to university level. The six girls of the Regina Pacies (Catholic) Secondary School, Onitsha — Jessica Osita, Promise Nnalue, Nwabuaku Ossai, Adaeze Onuigbo, Vivian Okoye and Igboke Oluebube Miracle — who…
18 Aug 2018
The gold medalists, led by Uchenna Onwuamaegbu Ugwu of Edufun Technik STEM defeated representatives of other technological giants including the USA, Spain, Turkey, Uzbekistan and China to clinch the top-notch prize. Members of the team are Promise Nnalue, Jessica Osita, Nwabuaku Ossai, Adaeze Onuigbo and Vivian Okoye.
11 Aug 2018
The five Anambra girls from Regina Pacies Secondary School Onitsha, who represented Nigeria and Africa at the World Technovation Challenge in the Silicon Valley in San Francisco, US last night, have won the Gold Medal in the contest.