The youths and science development are integral to the work we do, as a result, Katchey is committed to
providing the resources, training and platform for students in STEM related fields to improve their skills
and contribute to the society.

STEM Initiative


STEM Education is vital to our future; it shapes our everyday experiences, makes our lives more productive and helps us focus on what matters the most.

Katchey’s Stem Initiative has four major objectives including:

To design and implement modern laboratories in select education institutions.

To engage stakeholders in the education sector to adapt the modern curriculum in the teaching of science across all levels of education.

To provide internship and scholarship opportunities for top-performing Nigerian students in their penultimate year in the faculty of science.

To organize annual conferences in select tertiary institutions toward generating awareness and interest in STEM education.


We are partnering with the CSR arm of different private sector institutions and international development organization to attract funding to design, build and equip digital science laboratories across different educational institutions in Africa.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Below you’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. We are constantly adding the most frequently asked questions to this page.

    Our STEM laboratory solutions have been proposed to the federal ministry of education and is currently awaiting approval.

    However, the STEM equipment is already in use in few schools across the country.


    Our laboratory solutions do not include a dry lab. It is rather a bundle of hands-on equipment that interfaces wirelessly via Bluetooth with our award-winning science software.

    Yes, it can, and it should because the sensor subunits cannot work without the software. For Windows and Mac computers a 6-month free trial is given to users. More interestingly the software is downloadable from google play store and apple store for androids and tablets.

    All our software tools are cross-platform compatible.

    Students can have the best of learning experiences using our software regardless of their device whether IOS or Android.

    Yes, we offer intensive training for every service we provide.

    Katchey’s STEM laboratory solutions cover all core concepts in standard examinations’ syllabuses. These include experimental topics in Physics, Chemistry, Biology as well as Engineering.

    Students in junior and senior secondary schools would find it most useful for their final examinations. Courses taught in the universities are also incorporated into our product bundles.

    Entire bundles do not have to be purchased all at once. Units could be bought separately.

    Each unit is an out-of-the-box package that is selected to teach a specific experimental concept. For example, you may decide to purchase the modular circuits kit in Physics.

    The modular circuit kit will teach Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s law, Resistance, Voltage, and related electricity topics etc.

    A unit (one box) can be used effectively by 4-5 students, so a class of 20 students will require a minimum of 4 units.

    Several sensors can connect to one computer at the same time.

    A projector screen could be included in the laboratory package for instructional purposes while students can be paired to use the kits collectively for the experiment.

    It’s cheaper and easier to maintain

    It incorporates modern technology into the classroom and helps students get hands-on experience.

    Yes, it very much is. Our kits are created by world-leading engineers and educators to make understanding concepts easy to grasp. The software can be operated by even beginners in science. Students are made to be comfortable with technology. It is obvious that Technology holds the future, and our STEM solution is the most effective way to prepare the next generation for the digital revolution. We’re taking technology into the classrooms and science laboratories.