HAND SANITIZER ROBOT

Innovation has no limit! We are profoundly proud of our GISU robotics club that invented an automated hand sanitizing robot. The project that was welcomed by the Ministry Of Health and appeared in the in the Daily Monitor of the 21st September 2020. This e idea was developed by Enes Kut & Agaba (year 11)under the supervision of their tutor Mr. Mikail Alici. THE ROBOT HAND SANITIZER 2020 The...
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Primary Robotics Session

Primary Robotics Students finished their Lego Sumo Robot. Our robotics programs help students to understand science, technology, engineering, and math concepts, they also work to build on students’ team-building skills as they work to complete fun challenges. These collaborative skills are essential for student success, no matter what subject they choose to pursue in the future.   The...
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Empowering Girls in STEM Robotics

GISU Robotics is Empowering Girls in STEM Robotics and Beyond. “Don’t let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your curiosity. It’s your place in the world; it’s your life. Go on and do all you can with it, and make it the life you want to live.” - Mae Jemison, Female Astronaut The Robotics Club aims to train students who have the passion to excel in building and...
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GISUTECH 2018

Galaxy International School Uganda, in conjunction with the Ministry of Education and Makerere University, held the forth International Robotics and Technology (GISUTECH) competition between 27th and 28th April 2018. The event attracted over 70 participants from 7 countries Angola, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Ghana across the world and over 150 participants from all over...
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First Lego League East Africa Final

The GISU Robotics Team made us proud last Weekend on an East African front when they executed their LEGO tasks with excellence in the Second Lego League East Africa Final which was held at Brookhouse School Nairobi on 17/03/2018. Congratulations to our #GISU #Robotics Team, for finishing up 4th place from 25 teams in robot games, at the First Lego League East Africa Final. The competition...
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