Scientists emphasize commercialization of research findings in Nigeria
COVID-19: CBN to give grants to scientists, researchers to aid produce local vaccines ― Emefiele
COVID-19: Scientists project 450,000 cases for Africa by May
Scientists breakthrough in cerebral malaria
Scientists to harness the sun to break down plastic
Scientists woo media on science reportage
Scientists endorse mass civil disobedience to force climate action
Scientists develop new compound to prevent cells from dying
Nothing to fear about Eclipse – Scientists
FG challenges young scientists on innovation, Nobel awards
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World Science Day: Scientists call for research, infrastructure development
As the world celebrates World Science Day for Peace and Development on Saturday, Nov. 10, as adopted by the UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), scientists urged government at all levels to focus on Research and Development for the growth of the science and technology sector.
[email protected]: UNESCO, scientists call for more investments in science, technology sector
The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has called for more investments and overhaul of the Science and Technology policies to ensure global standards and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Scientists reveal how brain combines multiple memories into new insights
Neuroscientists have discovered how people’s brain combined memories to arrive at novel insights, lending a clue to developing faster artificial intelligence.
Scientists gather at UNN for nanotechnology
Scientists from across the globe have gathered in Nsukka, Enugu State, to discuss the future of nanotechnology in Africa.
Couples who kiss regularly are less likely to get depressed — Scientists
WHEN it comes to first kisses, scientists agree with those who believe in love at first sight, happy endings and the power of that first glorious embrace. That’s because, Scientists say, a kiss is much more than just a way of saying you fancy someone. It’s an efficient means of working out if your potential partner is the one for you.
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