17 Nov 2022
Again, scientists have warned that the human race might go into extinction and face a reproductive crisis if action is not taken to tackle the drop in sperm count, after ascertaining the alarming rate of decline.
23 Oct 2022
Amidst efforts to boost cassava production, scientists through the NextGen Cassava Project have released five improved cassava varieties to the delight of farmers.
8 Sep 2022
A study, published, yesterday, has provided reasons why, in recent decades, more adults under the age of 50 are developing cancer. Conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, United States..
30 Jun 2022
Medical scientists have alerted to a rise in cases of gastric cancer deaths associated with Helicobacter pylori (an organism that causes stomach ulcers) in Nigeria.
17 Jun 2022
Nigeria’s agricultural research sector loses approximately $100 million every year to its inability to attract grants from local and foreign grant-issuing foundations and organisations.
14 Jun 2022
There is renewed hope for an eluded cure for cancers as scientists, in four independent studies, recorded breakthroughs.
19 May 2022
Scientists have advocated the need to find some lasting scientific solutions and approaches to attaining sustainable food security, as it is critical to the country’s survival
5 Apr 2022
A new flagship United Nations report on climate change was released, yesterday, indicating that harmful carbon emissions from 2010-to 2019 have never been higher in human history.
10 Feb 2022
St Valentine’s Day is here again. It is a season synonymous with the expression of ‘canal’ love among couples licenced to have sex after marriage.
25 Jan 2022
Necessity is the mother of invention, and to actually fix challenges in the agro-economic sector in the country, research institutes, individual
9 Dec 2021
Scientists have recorded major breakthroughs in herbal remedies for COVID-19 with discovery of green seaweed, licorice, gum laced with plant-grown protein, and antimalarial plants.
6 Dec 2021
The Chief of Air Staff (CAS) Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, says the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) successes depends largely on human resource, technical and logistics support.