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The story of Kenya’s two young inventors bio-robotic prosthetic arm

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Two Kenyan inventors David Gathu and Moses Kinyua have created a bio-robotic prosthetic arm. This is not a new invention but there is something interesting about this. The arm is operated by brain signals.

We also hear the story of Cameroonian researcher and inventor of an atypical insecticide developed from plants to fight Malaria.

And, later on the show, a chat with Crescence Elodie Nonga founder of WETECH, whose work is helping to encourage women and girls to pursue ICT careers in Cameroon.

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  1. Avataralan

    Fantastic news about the robotic arm. I am very happy that the two men are developing the robotic arms for disabled people.
    I hope that David and Moses are able to continue with their research to help the disabled.
    I was an Electronic Engineer and I understand the difficulties that they are faced with.
    Please carry on the research David and Moses are doing.
    Many thanks
    Alan

  2. AvatarJames

    Congratulations to the young inventors

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