Dext Technology’s Charles Ofori Antipem’s Speech at The UK-Africa Investment Summit

Published January 21, 2020

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500 UK schools to benefit from Ghanaian-made Science Set

Published December 12, 2019

Five hundred schools in the United Kingdom will soon receive educational resource packs including a Science Set, made by Ghanaian startup, Dext Technology Limited.

The move is a collaboration between the Ghanaian company and the Royal Academy of Engineering with support from Shell Centenary Scholarship Fund and Global Challenges Research Fund.


Science set inventor, 26yrs, wins MTN Heroes of Change Season V

Published August 18, 2019

 26-year-old innovator, Charles Ofori Antipem has been crowned winner of the MTN Heroes of Change Season V.  

The Grand Finale of MTN Heroes of Change Season 5 came off on Friday, August 16, 2019, at the Accra International Conference Centre.


Published February 19th 2019

 In a bid to improve education in Ghana, MTN Ghana Limited as part of their social responsibility projects partnered with Dext Technology to donate 2000 Science Sets among 14 schools across the nation.

How Small Science Is Creating Big Possibilities in Africa – IBM Great Big Story

Published December 6th 2018

Ofori Charles Antipem wears many hats—he’s an inventor, an entrepreneur and an advocate of STEM. Now, he’s bringing all his passions together, dedicating his life to bringing affordable science education to kids across Africa. The Science Set is Antipem’s creation, developed to give students access to a unique toolkit. Each set contains 45 scientific components and costs just $20. His next invention? Cheap and easy-to-assemble microscopes, carefully designed and built using 3D printed materials.

KSM Show- Co-founders of Dext Technology Ltd talking about their innovative Science Set

Published November 4, 2018


The kit that’s helping children pursue their science dreams – BBC News

Published October 17th, 2018


Meet the young entrepreneur who is on a mission to ensure school children in Ghana can pursue their dreams of becoming scientists and engineers. Charles Ofori Antipem has created a science set the size of a textbook full of electrical kit. So far it’s sold more than 5,000 sets to schools across the country.


Dext Wins WEDF18 Pitch

Published September 21st, 2018


In September, Antipem won first place for his pitch at the 2018 World Export Development Forum young social entrepreneurs pitch contest, beating out competition from across Africa.

The pitch contest was organized by the International Trade Centre’s Youth and Trade Programme, Impact Hub’s Accelerate2030 programme and Nyamuka Zambia.

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