Our outreach team used their spare time before the SONA Conference in Entebbe last month to inspire students from six secondary schools about science. They got the students to learn first hand, through experiments, about fractionating and estimating protein concentration in house flies; learned how to investigate learning and memory in fruit fly larvae; couple the DNA and some students even got to simulate brain signal speed and how it goes aberrant in cases of dementia. At the end, students made a presentation on their experiments, for which many won prizes and reagent leftovers were donated to all the schools that participated. Many thanks to Mahmoud, Yunusa and Sadiq for organising the outreach. We thank the Serpell lab, University of Sussex UK and the Galizia lab, University of Konstanz, Germany, for donating some reagents used for the outreach. See some pictures for impression.