Nigerian Academy of Engineering
The Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional bodies in the engineering field in the country, has presented an award to the Nigerian Communications Commission...
The Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE) has called for policies that would bring engineering and technology to the centre stage in public policy formulation and delivery.
The President, Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAEng), Alex Ogedegbe has called for the modernisation of the nation’s engineering academic curriculum.
5 Nov 2020
To mitigate societal challenges, chemical engineers have been advised to focus more on industry-specific projects and solutions that could benefit the people and help to grow the economy. A former senior official of the Nigeria Raw Material, Research and Development Council, Dr. Daniel Ayo made the call during the yearly public lecture &…
16 Jul 2020
A former Managing Director, Port Harcourt Refining Company Ltd, Alex Ogedegbe, has assumed the mantle of leadership of the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE).
18 Nov 2019
To boost infrastructural development, the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE), has called on the federal government and other stakeholders to ensure sufficient inflow of capital...
22 Jun 2019
Outgoing Group Managing Director (GMD) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. Maikanti Baru, has indicated interest in serving the country more if offered the opportunity. Baru also insisted that achievements recorded by the national oil corporation in the last three years under his watch as GMD were laudable. The GMD, who was inducted…
30 Jul 2018
The new President of the academy, Prof. Fola Lasisi told The Guardian that the technology park is an ongoing programme, which was initiated by the immediate past president of the association to promote global competiveness in engineering applications in the Lagos state.
16 Apr 2018
Engineering professionals in Nigeria, under the auspices of the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE) have been urged to develop engineering innovations to speed up growth in critical sectors of Nigerian economy. Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Prof. Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, made the call when he spoke on “ Engineering Innovation and Last-Mile Development: Towards…
1 Aug 2017
Future engineers will need to work alongside people from around the world, in a variety of capacities. In order to do so, they must be well rounded; they must understand how to operate in a global world.
10 Jul 2017
Desirous of improving the fortune for Nigerian engineers, a United States-based Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Michael Adewunmi has challenged Nigerian Academy of Engineering...
7 Jun 2017
Okeke spoke at the 2017 fellow forum titled: “Financial Liquidity Support and Human Capital Development as Solution for Sustainable Power Industry,” organised by the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE) in Lagos.