In Africa, most schools do not have scientific laboratories for a variety of reasons, including the lack of funding. Most students receive their science education without having the opportunity to carry out any scientific experiment in physics, chemistry or biology. The fact that learning is all theoretical considerably reduces the expression of students’ potential and makes science too complicated for many of them. That’s why we’re increasingly seeing students turn to literature rather than science. Our solution provides students a virtual reality laboratory that enables them to learn and practice chemistry, physics and biology without being exposed to chemical substances – and on a lower budget.
Types of support
The start-up was at VivaTechnology 2019.