Oyebisi, who runs StanLab, a 3D virtual science laboratory, is also a joint winner of the competition with ‘Malawi’s mHub’.
He won the championship that featured over 170 countries by creating a
“Coming out tops in the competition gives me joy. I won the championship by using technology to bring quality scientific education to secondary schools. I was able to offer a solution where students especially in public schools can learn in a laboratory class without physically seeing the lab.
This is a scientific method through which a student can super impose his view in class to look like reality through a scientific device.
In Nigeria and Africa, a lot of students don’t have access to quality science laboratory. This research can help develop students to be updated in modern scientific learning in schools,” he said.
Also speaking at the award presentation, British Council country director, West Africa, Lucy Pearson, said the council will work with Oyebisi and other international agencies to ensure he gets the required assistance to make his research a reality.
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