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iHub Research By Rhoda / September 5, 2012

Open Data: Call to Journalists

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By Rhoda Omenya Code 4 Kenya is a pilot experiment being carried out as part of the Open Data Pre Incubator, where four fellows and four developers have been embedded in three media organizations and one civil society organization. One of the objectives of this project is to motivate media

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / September 3, 2012

iHub Research collaborates with Activspaces on the ICT Hubs study!

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Introduction: iHub Research is currently initiating a research series that will disaggregate the unique factors that make up ICT hubs in Africa (Afrilabs) among others that are not part of Afrilabs. The snapshot series will have a special focus on the role of ICT hubs/labs in fostering innovative entrepreneurship that

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / August 30, 2012

INNOVATION SPACES IN KENYA

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You can also click on the infographic to view the high resolution version. Authors: Hilda Moraa, iHub Research (hilda@ihub.co.ke) Kelvin Murage, iHub Research (kelvin@ihub.co.ke) Kenya is heading to becoming Africa’s ICT Hub: There is no doubt that Kenya is on the journey of becoming an ICT Hub in Africa. The

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iHub Research By Joseph / August 23, 2012

iHub Robotics Creative Boot Camp

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The iHub Robotics Group is at it again! This time we will be conducting a two-day boot camp running from the 7th and 8th of September at the iHub using ATMEGA 32 microcontrollers.  Our challenge? To come up with and successfully build projects to suit beginners, as well as intermediary

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iHub By Anne / August 19, 2012

How to Get Your Work Published in a Journal

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Publishing in International Academic Journals Are you a writer/researcher/ student of Masters and PHD looking to get your work published? Have you struggled to get a good home for your research works? It is a writer’s dream to get their work published in a journal. But what does this mean

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