Purposeful pharmaceutical research and national development - Part 1
All research works certainly have a purpose behind them but not all of them can be described as appropriate and rightly directed. Research work is purposeful and appropriate when its outcome can be used to solve problems of national development. National Development is the ability of a country to improve the social welfare of the…
Experts Advise Couples To Wear Mask During Intercourse Amid Virus Outbreak
A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has warned that having sex could spread coronavirus and has advised that couples take preventative steps in the bedroom. This includes avoiding kissing, showering before and after sex, and even wearing masks while having sex. In the study, researchers from Harvard University ranked different sexual scenarios,…
Scientists Discover Possible Cure For Baldness
A cure for baldness might soon be available after scientists grew hair on mice, using human stem cells. This breakthrough could lead to an unlimited supply of locks for millions who are bald. The only solution for men presently is transplanting hair follicles from one part of the head to the other. The new cure…
Men With Toxic Masculinity Are Likely To Be Lonely At Old Age
In a US Medical research, it has been discovered that toxic masculinity is bad for men's health as it can lead to isolation is old age according to a report by Thr Daily Mail. Toxic masculinity, an attitude that incorporates a belief in 'real men', impacts men's social relationships, health, well-being, and overall happiness, the…
Ugwuanyi inaugurates ESUT Governing Board
Enugu Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi on Tuesday inaugurated the reconstituted Governing Board of Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), with Catholic Bishop, Prof. Godfrey Onah
Nigeria at a crossroads: A productivity revolution imperative
No one needs to be told that Nigeria is not working. The agonies of underdevelopment are so stark and cruel that it shows on the faces and the actions of those who bear the brunt most directly—the Nigerian masses.
Size of food and agriculture will rise to $1tr by 2030 — Adesina
President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina has disclosed that the size of food and agriculture in Africa will rise to $1tr by 2030.
Expert tasks scholars on outstanding research to solve societal problems
University teachers must come up with cutting-edge researches that would provide solutions to societal problems. With the socio-economic problems confronting the nation, our tertiary institutions must be able to solve organisational problems, which will invariably rub off on their students.
Don laments government’s failure to fund research
A professor of pharmacology at the University of Maiduguri, Prof. Isa Marte Hussaini, has decried government’s failure to fund Research and Development (R&D) in the country.
Copying is not stealing
Asian companies, especially Chinese, are constantly being accused by Western manufacturers and media of stealing and copying ideas, and infringing patent rights. But this is not the case. Reverse Engineering is perfectly legal and, indeed, the most efficient method of adapting products to emerging market needs.