Scientists have effectively reduced corrosion in crude oil and petroleum pipelines using natural and non-toxic biocides to replace imported and toxic versions.
UNILAG to curb disease epidemics in Nigeria
With the continuous disease outbreak and the lack of database in Nigeria, the University of Lagos (UNILAG) is set to collaborate with foreign research institutions to reduce the burden of epidemics.
Newer technologies to stop fake drugs
Experts have called for the adoption of newer technologies in Nigeria such as mass serialization and blockchain to reduce the incidence of fake and counterfeit medicines.
Red alert on hotter Earth as CO2 levels hit record high
Also, a global team of researchers said Monday that climate change is already killing people, hurting their health, worsening air pollution and helping the spread of infectious diseases.
Para-Powerlifting coach, Feyisetan Are, set to dump Nigeria for Brazil
“Coach Are will be leaving Nigeria to pick up a coaching job in Brazil next week and that will be a setback for our sports,” a source close to the tactician told The Guardian at the National Stadium in Lagos yesterday.
House-sized asteroid will come ‘very close’ to Earth 6.42pm today
The space rock, dubbed asteroid 2012 TC4, is about 30-100 feet (10-30 metres) in size, and will fly by at just one-eighth of the distance between Earth and the moon on Thursday, October 12.
Boosting medical directors’ leadership, managerial skills
Several studies and experts have blamed the poor health indices in the country and performance of general and teaching hospitals on lack of leadership and managerial skills of Medical Directors (MDs) and Chief Medical Directors (CMDs).
Pharmacists intensify efforts to sanitise drug markets
Pharmacists under the aegis of Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) have sealed 283 illegal pharmacies and patent medicine stores in Zamfara State as part of its mandate to ensure rational distribution, dispensing of medicines that are safe, effective and of good quality to the public.
How climate change, conflicts could wipe out humans by 2100
If urgent steps were not taken to counter the threat, the human race could be wiped out, before 2100, by catastrophic climate change and rising cases of violent conflicts globally.