If anyone is to reap as much out of business in Uganda today, they must have invested in the solar panel business. Today no exhibition is complete without different solar panels with different levels of voltage being exhibited of sold. This was also the case at the 2012 National Science week exhibition which was concluded on Friday 21st September with the Minister of State for science, Martin Kasaijja, performing both the opening ceremony of the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology exhibition and information services center at Bulange Mengo and the closing ceremony of the National science week. The event kick started on Monday the 17th with the theme “Uganda at 50: Moving towards a Science and Technology Led Society”. The minister promised to have the exhibition as a yearly event and promised more support and exposure for the exhibitors. Notable among the exhibitors included Makerere University Food Technology business incubation centre under the school of Food Technology, Nutrition and Bio engineering. The students exhibited the Omulondo liqueur that stimulates and improves the performance of men in a relationship. They also had packed Nsenene (Edible grasshoppers) which were ready to eat. Other industrious exhibitors included recycled tires well embodied with banana fiber, used as coffee tables in sitting rooms, in addition to fabulously decorated pots which can also be adopted as coffee tables.