Africa has 6 out of 10 fastest growing economies but it also has the highest disease burden in the world. PARC 2018 challenges African student to devise solutions to provide access to quality Health services using science and technology – Surgical Robotics, Wearable Biosensors, Hand-held Point of Care Diagnostics, Virtual and Augmented Reality in Healthcare education, Organs on a chip, Internet of Things for Healthcare, Drug/Vaccine development and manufacturing, etc.
RESULTS: MAKERS & ENGINEERING Leagues competition results announcement
RESULTS: STARS & TECH Leagues competition results announcement
Awards given at NEF closing ceremony
An eligible PARC team must have a minimum six (6) and a maximum of eight (8) students. Each team can have up to two adult mentors.