GALLERY: National Science Week kicks off by Pheladi Sethusa | Jul 30, 2013 YUM: Karabo Mashiloane, 3rd year Chemistry serves Amasi ice-cream which was a hit, with people queuing up to taste the delicacy. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa WHAT'S COOKING?: Sinayo Ndwabu, 3rd year Chemistry mixes Amasi, sugar, yoghurt, vanilla essence and liquid nitrogen to make ice-cream in just 5 minutes. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa Where's your head at? Photo: Pheladi Sethusa THE SKULLS: Lizanne le Grange, MSc Paleoanthropology points out the differences among anatomically modern humans, archaic humans and neanderthals. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa STICK INSECTS: Macleay's Stick insects do not look like sticks but resemble dead leaves. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa Just chilling. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Kamani Murugan,MA in Pharmaceutics (right) explains how polymer beads are formed, into which non-specific drugs are trapped to administer to patients. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa GAME ON: Students can try out different board games, such as Xhi (above) to test their strategic and mathematical skills. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa SCIENCE WIZ: Witsies test their general science knowledge and stand to win prizes courtesy of Samsung. PhotoL Pheladi Sethusa UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Wits' first hybrid car on display at Senate House Concourse. Photo: Pheladi Sethusa Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) By Mia Swart and Pheladi Sethusa. This week is National Science Week in South Africa. Wits Senate House Concourse is playing host to a number of stalls during the week, to showcase some great innovations by young scientists at Wits.