Nigerian Academy of Science
COVID-19: Incredible neglect of health sector
As more Nigerians including political leaders are testing positive and embarking on and coming out of self-isolation, the lockdown ordered by the Federal Government is beginning to reveal in clear disbelief...
Examining role of science in attaining sustainable development goals
For the first time, over 300 scientists will be gathered on February 4 and 5, 2020, at the Multipurpose Hall, University of Lagos, to examine role of science in attaining sustainable development goals.
NAS mulls framework for artificial intelligence, big data
The Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS) yesterday rose from a two-day stakeholders’ workshop in Lagos with the resolve to develop a sustainable policy framework on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and big data that will support a new direction for training and education in the country.
NAS honours gold medal co-winners
The President of the Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS), Prof. Mosto Onuoha has commended Nigerian scientists for their excellent research prowess that has put the country in the forefront of global recognition.
U.S urges FG to invest more in science, research
Jonathan Fanton, President, of the academy, made the call at a dinner to mark 40th anniversary of Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS) located in Lagos.
Nigerian Academy of Science advocates family life health education in schools
The Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS) in its bid to focus on the issues of Youths Social Development (YSD) and Reproductive Heath (RH) has beckoned on the media to lead the awareness...
‘Lack of synergy between research centres, industries bane of development’
The President, Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS), Prof. Oyewale Tomori, has stated that lack of collaboration between Nigerian universities research centres and industries is affecting economic growth in the country.