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The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) celebrates Africa Science Week 2019 in Nigeria. The African Science Week was funded by Next Einstein Forum, an initiative of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in partnership with Robert Bosch Stiftung and Johnson & Johnson and hosted at the Nile University of...

I (Alo Kingsley) have been exposed to pretty much everything on the tech world besides coding as I have had an affinity for it starting from my gaming days. As time went on, I found myself having a stronger affiliation with the disruptive impacts...

Mary Abiodun is an Alumna of She Hacks Africa Coding Boot camp. She's a Software Developer at Software Business Solutions Consulting. Due to her professional experience, she decided to share 5 qualities of a Software Developer. Being a software developer can be a big deal...

ANOTHER IN THE BAG!!! Apparently, I among 40 young, brilliant and beautiful are the latest world CODERS!. It feels surreal thinking and saying this aloud, but here it is. The last 40 days have been so intense, but the WAAW Foundation Team did justice to...

Chinenye Ezeakor, a past WAAW Scholar and Fellow got the privilege to meet with the WAAW fellows. She shared her professional and personal experience with them. Chinenye Ezeakor has a background in Electrical Engineering. She had her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria....

I am Maryfaith Mgbede Ugochi , a graduate of Biochemistry from the University of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria. I am an alumnus of the WAAW Foundation STEM outreach program at the University of Benin, Benin-City, Edo State, Nigeria and also a Software Developer at...

One of the hallmarks of the 21st century is the degree of advancement of technology. Technology has been integrated into almost every sector from automobiles to the smart home. Basic knowledge of technology will soon be required to work in any field. All these machines...

WAAW foundation conducted its third bi-annual Fellows summit in Lagos, Nigeria from 5th - 9th of August 2019. The Fellows summit brought together 11 fellows from Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, and Kenya for a one-week training workshop. WAAW Foundation fellows are young students studying any STEM-related...

The WAAW Foundation's annual scholarship initiative is aimed at supporting need base African female STEM-focused college education. WAAW Foundation scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate need and prove their status as full-time students in a STEM-related course in an African university. Recipients will be required...

On the 17th of August, the Vice president of WAAW Foundation, Mrs. Ebele Agu had a Mentorship Meet-up with the WAAW fellows which was themed “Knowing your why”. She spoke about why she is a part of WAAW Foundation and why she’s so invested in...