Exhibitions allow visitors to engage with science in an interactive and informal way.
Make your own Slime workshop, University of East Anglia, UK
The SAAF Silver Falcons had audiences and Grahamstown looking to the skies for a breathtaking aerobatics display.
3D Scene art exhibition
Scikids is the first opportunity for our little learners to engage with science.
Holly Kershaw, Fizzics Education, Australia, delights audiences at the Science Picnic in the Park.
Dutywa Dudes take a break.
Green Fun Run
Exhibitions offer learners career guidance and the opportunity to engage with scientists.
Toys from Trash workshop, Arvind Gupta Toys, India
Upside Down Light workshops, SA National Space Agency
Afrobot Amateur Robotics Competition
Surprises are everywhere at Scifest Africa.
Dr Stephen Ashworth, University of East Anglia, UK, practices Kitchen Chemistry.
Scifest Africa Laser Show
NASA Rosetta Mission Scientist, Dr Claudia Alexander, and NASA Chief Scientist, Dr Ellen Stofan.
Dr Peter Wothers, University of Cambridge, UK, explores the chemical elements in the story of light.
Outreach activities during the iRhini Township Science Festival.
British High Commissioner to South Africa, Mrs Judith Macgregor, visits Scifest Africa.
Scifest Africa was established in 1996 to promote the public awareness, understanding and appreciation of science, technology and innovation (STI). The project is supported by South Africa's National Department of Science and Technology and various other cash and in kind sponsors.