Three students from Tenom school emerge tops at young innovators challenge

  • Nation
  • Friday, 29 Nov 2019

The winning trio (from left; Mark, Niea and Valerie) from SMK Kemabong, Tenom presenting their prototype on stage during the final rounds.

KOTA KINABALU: Three students from a school in Tenom were crowned champions in the Sime Darby Young Innovators Challenge 2019 (SDYIC) national finals for their prototype school bus safety system.

SMK Kemabong’s Mark Greatingan M. Shapi, Niea Suelea Peturus and Valerie Estelle Nicolas, all aged 16, beat 14 other prototypes created by teams from secondary schools across 10 states, when the results were announced in a recent ceremony on Nov 20 in Kuala Lumpur.

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