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Producing more talents in science


SM Sri Nangka Tuaran students dressed in traditional Bajau attire with their invention Kobot Dash during the closing ceremony. — Bernama

SM Sri Nangka Tuaran students dressed in traditional Bajau attire with their invention Kobot Dash during the closing ceremony. — Bernama

KOTA KINABALU: The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innova­tion (Mosti) through its agency Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia has taken proactive measures to increase the interest of students, especially those in the Tuaran district, for science and mathematics, through the robotic-based learning medium.

The project known as MSI16805 – Minimalist Robotics Application: The Improvement of Interest and Student Achievements in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM), which also imbibes 21st Century Skills, kicked off in April.

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