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iHub By Angela Okune / August 3, 2014

Introducing the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network (OCSDNet)

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We are happy to announce the launch of the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network (OCSDNet)! Open and Collaborative Science (OCS) is a movement that aims to change the traditional culture of research by making the production and dissemination of scientific evidence inclusive and publically accessible.  Open approaches to

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Gearbox By Wachira Ndaiga / July 25, 2014

Why the Maker Movement

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You may have heard of the rise of The Maker Movement, otherwise known as the Techie-DIY Movement or the Maker Culture. It’s a movement born of idyllic principles and centered around empowering communities around the world to actualize into thriving hyper-local communes that craft and invent using technology as an

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Kids Hacker Camp

iHub Robotics By Angela Okune / July 21, 2014

August Kids Hacker Camp: Maker-Breaker Day

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By Wachira Ndaiga Kids Hacker Camp is a week-long camp hosted at *iHub_ – Nairobi’s Innovation Hub for the technology community. The camp is aimed at kids and teens aged 7 – 18 years, who are drawn to and interested in crafting, hacking, discovering and tinkering. The camp is envisioned and designed

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Data Science Lab By Chris Orwa / July 9, 2014

Invitation to Second Data Science Meet-up

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After a successful initial data science meet-up two months ago, iHub Research’s Data Science Lab is welcoming you to the second data science meet-up this Friday 11th July ,2014 at the iHub Research space second floor Bishop Magua Building from 5 pm to 7 pm. Speakers for the event will

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iHub By Nanjira Sambuli / July 3, 2014

ICT and Governance in East Africa: Study Sites

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By Varyanne Sika There might be unanimity in the excitement about ICTs in Africa but there remains little empirical evidence on the ways of actual use of ICT and in particular, for our study, in governance. Governance, as we approach it in this study, has a political and social component,

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