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AdasiScience Recent Events

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Prof. Peter Akinsola Okebukola, African Legend of Science Education & AdasiScience Grand Patron
Prof. Peter Okebukola, African Legendary Educator & AdasiScience Grand Patron

When we say we are on a mission to transform educational systems in Africa, we meant it!

In recent times, AdasiScience has taken a bold step, networking with key stakeholders, holding several events, strategically designed to offer practical solutions toward improving on learning and knowledge application for economic and technological advancement in Africa.

Some of the most recent AdasiScience events are highlighted below:


Osun Science & Innovation Festival 2021/2022

Osun Science & Innovation Festival Flyer
Osun Science & Innovation Festival Flyer

All is set for the Osun Science & Innovation Challenge kicking off on 23rd November, 2021. The Challenge will last for two (2) months culminating into the Osun Science & Innovation Festival (grand finale) holding on Thursday, 27th January, 2022 at Ataoja School of Science, Osogbo.

The Osun Science & Innovation Festival is the biggest high school science event in the State in recent times featuring  over 600 participants from 50 public and private high schools, science teachers, top government functionaries, captains of industries, Universities and Polytechnics administrators, professors/Lecturers and investors.

The event is being organized in collaboration with Quest Empire Ltd, Osun State Ministries of Education; Innovation, Science & Technology, and other stakeholders.


AdasiScience Education Summit on Research Funding for African Universities, [12th October 2021]

AdasiScience Education Summit 2021 flyer
AdasiScience Education Summit 2021 flyer

AdasiScience in partnership with Afiko Sunday LP, Committee of Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (CVCNU), Philipson Consult and others.

The Virtual Summit was attended by several researchers from African Universities, Polytechnics & Colleges including Vice Chancellors of Niger Delta University, University of Maiduguri, Atiba University Oyo, Lead University Ibadan and others present.

The opportunities, challenges and way out of accessing research funding from international donors meant for Africans were critically evaluated.


AdasiScience Media Booth Camp for 100 African Scientists & Educators [January 05-06, 2021]

AdasiScience Media Booth Camp (AMBC) 2021 Flyer
AdasiScience Media Booth Camp (AMBC) 2021

The Media Space is saturated by entertainers as nudity is being celebrated above intellectualism, patroitism and innovations. This has eroded our moral values resulting in the rise of fraud, greed, criminalities, insecurities and over dependence on foreign help.

The remote cause remains that the ‘intellectuals’ were not engaging, experienced, determined enough to dominate the media especially online platforms with valuable contents.

AdasiScience was intentional about addressing this by training 100 African Scientists & Educators (media enthusiasts) in a 2-day Media Booth Camp in January 2021. This was followed by 3 months intensive training in digital marketing, content management and science communications.


AdasiScience EduTech Summit (Webinar) for Tertiary Institutions [14th July 2020]

AdasiScience EduTech Webinar

Over 150 professors, 300 lectirers and Educators participated in the first AdasiScience EduTech Summit for Tertiary Institutions tagged ‘GET INVOLVED: ONLINE EDUCATION SHIFT’ with distinguished Prof. Peter Okebukola, OFR and Prof. Adenike Kuku, Kings University Vice Chancellor, as the Lead Speakers.

Our focus was to expose academics to the present reality of the COVID-19 Lockdown termed the ‘New Normal’. Remote learning, distance learning and blended learning techniques were explored with a view of equipping educators to maximizing ICT opportunities.


AdasiScience EduTech Summit (Webinar) for School Owners (Primary & Secondary Schools), 21-22 May, 2020

AdasiScience EduTech Webinar for School Owners
AdasiScience EduTech Webinar for School Owners

School owners and teachers of primary and secondary schools in Nigeria were beneficiaries of AdasiScience EduTech Summit on Online Education Shift. The need to operate functional e-Learning Management Systems (LMS) for continuous learning amidst lockdown and beyond.

Other programs coordinated by AdasiScience Team Lead include: CSN Osun Chemistry Educators Workshop for 200 Chemistry Teachers, Lecturers, Laboratory Technologists and Education Officers, September 2021

LSF School Innovation Challenge on School Health Information Management System for Secondary Schools in Osun, Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Ekiti and Kwara States.

Over the years AdasiScience has coached about 1,000 High School Science and Pre-University Students who are trail blazers in Nigerian Universities and abroad.

AdasiScience are also partner and brand ambassador for government institutions, professional bodies and educational institutions.

LivingScience Foundation Challenge 2021 poster
LivingScience Foundation Challenge facilitated by AdasiScience


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