Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, the Minister of Science and Technology, on Friday in Abuja said the Federal Government would partner the European Union to develop its science and technology sector.
Mars: graveyard of broken dreams and landers
Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun, has become a veritable graveyard for landers and rovers despatched to its surface from neighbouring Earth.
Nigeria and nuclear fusion - Part - 1
The problem is, Nigerians don’t always think strategically. Policy makers, in particular, conceptualize minerals in Colonial paradigms: As commodities to be “commercially exploited”.
Botanical Society calls for baseline data on economically important indigenous plants in readily accessible format
The Botanical Society of Nigeria (BOSON) has called for the federal government to ensure that the baseline data on most of the economically important indigenous plants of Nigeria are in readily accessible format.
Humans plan to inhabit Mars by 2030s
The United States Aeronautic Space Agency (NASA) and President Bar ack Obama have a plan to get humans to Mars by the 2030s.
Study on behaviour identifies four basic personality types
A study on human behaviour has revealed that 90 percent of the population can be classified into four basic personality types: optimistic, pessimistic, trusting and envious.
Brazil's biggest dinosaur found after passing 60 years in cupboard
Brazil just found its biggest ever dinosaur -- in a storage cupboard.
Planet in star system next door may have ocean
A rocky planet discovered in the "habitable" zone of the star nearest our Sun may be covered with oceans, researchers at France's CNRS research institute said Thursday.
Squandering ancestral resources
“Archaeoastronomy” is a cumbersome compound word, denoting a discipline in which Nigeria would stand out globally—were it not for the purblind abuse of indigenous cultural resources.