The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has informed all pharmacists and pharmaceutical companies that arrangements have been concluded with the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) to facilitate a smooth registration season in 2017.
How humans migrated out of Africa
The first modern humans are thought to have left Africa and begun spreading around the world up to 100,000 years ago. But exactly what route they took and when it happened is still up for discussion among academics.
Osinbajo seeks PPP for effective healthcare delivery
The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osibajo has called for public private partnership (PPP) for effective healthcare delivery in Nigeria.The Vice President made this call in Abuja at a stakeholder’s meeting involving key players in the health sector....
Trust Fund, engineers seek proper biological control system
The Professor Ayo Francis Ogunye Trust Fund and Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering University of Lagos have called the public on the importance of controlling the biological system.
Nutrition and prevention of coronary heart disease
To begin this discussion on nutrition and heart disease, a brief the record of the physiology of the heart will throw more light into this subject. The heart starts beating at about the eighth week of pregnancy and continues....
Tiny moth with distinctive 'hairdo' named after Trump
The minuscule creature, Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, was discovered by Canadian scientist Vazrick Nazari who said he was struck by the resemblance of the golden scales on the head of the moth to Trump's signature hairstyle.
Scientists closer to solving mystery of Earth's core
Japanese scientists say that silicon is likely the mystery element in the Earth's inner core, claiming progress on solving one of the planet's deepest secrets.
Natural time - Part 2
Nevertheless, the menstrual flow of females is, in many respects, a metaphor of power—a periodic occurrence, whose rhythmic pattern is linked to the availability of moonlight.
Ezeanyanaso: We need more female participation in sciences
Worldwide, women (girls) are vastly under-represented in professions that involved science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as according to statistics less than 15 per cent of world engineers are women.