How can Artificial Intelligence help Africa?

Artificial Intelligence Is Attracting Investors, Inventors, and Academic Researchers Worldwide The researchers at the Barboza Space Center are paying close attention to how artificial intelligence will play a role in the future of going to school on Mars.  Our team will be exploring how AI can help on the Cabo Verde Islands.  This is the […]

More Robots Coming to Africa

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCETUE, DEC 18, ’18   Ironman isn’t Ironman without the suit, but the suit has no power without the man. That is the future of robotic development, people and robots, working together hand-in-hand to accomplish more than we ever thought would be possible. Gartner predicts that by 2025 one in three jobs will be […]

Thinking About Trash in Africa

The Barboza Space Center looks at Santa Luzia Island as Mars on Earth.  We are getting ready to explore a variety of science experiment prototypes to simulate a journey to Mars.  Our team was sad to hear about the following news report.  We invite you to share your comments.  E-mail: Suprschool@aol.com.   Bob Barboza. DECEMBER […]

Who is Charles Bolden?

Decorated Nasa astronaut Charles Bolden is impressed by the UAE’s space programme. Chris Whiteoak / The National April 24, 1990. Space Shuttle Discovery blasts off from Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. On board is the Hubble telescope, a project of vital significance that will broaden our understanding of space. The pilot of the mission was Nasa astronaut Charles […]

Calling Africa’s Future Engineers​

How do I get kids excited about engineering?  The Barboza Space Center is on tour helping to get kids excited about STEAM++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, mathematics, computer languages, and foreign languages.). You can follow our work at http://www.BarbozaSpace.com and http://www.KidsTalkRadioLA.com.  We are currently looking for student writers for http://www.KidsTalkRadioScience.com. The U.S. […]

Soil Samples From Africa

We need soil samples and chemists to help with simulated Mars project-based learning October 19, 2018 by Kids Talk RadioLeave a comment California high school students are working with high school students from the Republic of Cabo Verde on simulated Mars project-based learning.   We are collecting soil sample right here on Earth.   What does […]

Where are hurricanes born?

History Cape Verde: Where Hurricanes are Born FacebookTwitterGoogle+Share by Maria Centeioon November 2, 2017 Cape Verde: Where Hurricanes are Born For hurricanes which affect the Caribbean, North America, and South America, the biggest impact is from those which originate as weather disturbances in the area of the Cape Verde Islands off the west coast of […]