The Babajide Sanwo-Olu led government in Lagos, initiated the T.H.E.M.E.S agenda as part of plans to change the socio-economic narratives of the state.
In a bid to improve technology in the country, a social enterprise, Teens can code in collaboration with Lagos State Science Research and Innovation Council (LASRIC) has unveiled the STEM 360 program with a focus on skills development for secondary school students living in underserved communities of Lagos by expanding access to computer science education and coding opportunities that produce digital transformation literacy.
13 Jun 2021
As the saying goes, whatever has a beginning must have an end. Perhaps, one of those transient entities with an expiry date around the corner is crude oil.
20 Aug 2020
No fewer than 23 young innovators and tech firms have been awarded N100 million grant by Lagos State government to enable them pursue various technology-driven innovations across the six pillars of the development agenda of the Babajide Sanwo-Olu..
27 Mar 2020
Ventures Platform, the Africa-wide network that supports entrepreneurs and innovators to succeed, today announced a partnership with the Lagos State Government through its agency...
1 Jan 2020
If the promise of the Lagos State government is anything to go by, the year 2020, which started running today, holds greater promises for the over 21 million residents.
28 Dec 2019
The Lagos State Science Research and Innovation Council, (LASRIC) says it will deploy all means at its disposal to ensure that the desire of the state government in turning Lagos to a technology hub is realised as quickly as possible.
6 Dec 2019
The Lagos State Government said it is investing about N250 million in innovative research and development, to boost the region’s economy.Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who stated this in Lagos, yesterday, at the ‘Art of Technology Lagos...