Tag: scientists

COVID-19: Buhari challenges Scientists on solutions as Humanity, Nigeria’s democracy under threat

Abdul Jimoh- June 12, 2020

President Muhammadu  Buhari has challenged Nigerian scientists and researchers to come up with solutions  to cure COVID-19 as humanity and democracy is under threat of ... Read More

The oldest material on Earth found inside a meteorite in Australia

Abdul Jimoh- January 14, 2020

A meteorite that crashed into rural southeastern Australia in a fireball in 1969 contained the oldest material ever found on Earth, stardust that predated the ... Read More

One egg per day may keep heart disease away: study

admin- May 22, 2018

Eating an egg each day appears to be linked to a lower risk of heart disease among middle-aged Chinese, according to a study published online ... Read More

Hope Rising for Cancer Patients

Arowobusoye Samuel- May 18, 2018

A joint study by the University of Newcastle in Australia and University of Science and Technology in China can lead to an innovative new approach ... Read More

Scientists find two combo drugs that kill lung cancer

admin- April 7, 2018

Understanding  how lung tumours survive and grow leads to an innovative new treatment. There is hope for lung cancer sufferers worldwide. A breakthrough research has ... Read More

American and Chinese Scientists Discover How Enzyme Fights HIV

Henry Solomon- April 3, 2018

American and Chinese scientists have identified how a multi-functional enzyme works to fight diseases including HIV infection and autoimmune disorders. The study, published in the ... Read More

Scientists Speed Up Multiplication Of Cassava Planting Materials

Henry Solomon- August 8, 2017

Dr Peter Kulakow, IITA Cassava Breeder Middle explaining the SAH technology in Ibadan on how thousands of seedlings are propagated in record. Scientists working on ... Read More

Nigeria, Germany Scientists Unveil More Secrets of The Brain

Henry Solomon- August 5, 2017

Scientists from Nigeria and Germany said more secrets of the brain have been unveiled in their work carried out on male and female mice. They ... Read More

Again Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves In Space And Time

Henry Solomon- June 2, 2017

Scientists have for the third time, detected gravitational waves, ripples in space and time, demonstrating that a new window in astronomy has been firmly opened. ... Read More

Climate Change: Arctic Sea Ice May Disappear

Henry Solomon- March 7, 2017

Arctic sea ice may vanish in summers this century even if governments achieved target of limiting global warming set by almost 200 nations in 2015, ... Read More

Einstein Forum Opens Application For African Scientists and Technologists

Arowobusoye Samuel- February 25, 2017

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) (http://NEF.org) has launched the search for 54 African scientists and technologists, one champion from each African country. The search for ... Read More

Armyworm A Threat To Maize In Africa

Henry Solomon- February 6, 2017

Scientists tracking a crop-destroying caterpillar known as armyworm say it is now spreading rapidly across mainland Africa and could reach tropical Asia and the Mediterranean ... Read More

Scientists Identify Plastic bottles As Health Risk

Henry Solomon- October 19, 2016

Scientists identify chemicals in plastic bottles that cause cancer, diabetes and other health issues. Scientists and researchers have identified plastic bottles to be dangerous to ... Read More

It Takes 7 To 10 Years To Genetically Modify One Crop – NABDA

Henry Solomon- June 7, 2016

The National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) says it will take between seven to 10 years for scientists to genetically modify one crop. The Director-General of ... Read More

British Scientists Get Approval To Edit Gene In Human Embryos

Henry Solomon- February 1, 2016

Human embryo (Photo: Internet) Scientists in Britain have been given approval to modify human embryos for research purposes, and allow scientists to understand the development ... Read More