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5 hours ago
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
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
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
Necessity is the mother of invention, and to actually fix challenges in the agro-economic sector in the country, research institutes, individual
9 Dec
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
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.
18 Nov 2021
Nigerian scientists have developed a blend of exotic herbs and species enriched with powerful immune strengthening benefits for the management and prevention of infectious
29 Mar 2021
To avoid the frustration of scientists and technologists working on agricultural research and development in Nigeria, the government has been urged to deepen the town-and-gown relationship
17 Dec 2020
Scientists have urged the federal, state, and local governments to work with drug sellers associations to improve the quality of abortion medication services in the country
21 Oct 2020
The Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST) has implored the Federal Government and states to increase the budgetary allocations to the agricultural sector to about 25 per cent of the total budgets as recommended by Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO). The body also recommended a paradigm shift from traditional to commercial agriculture and…
24 Sep 2020
Scientists have made giant strides in the search for natural cures for Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). They found that bromelain-rich pineapple stem represents a viable option as an antiviral for treating not only COVID-19 but also potential future outbreaks of other coronaviruses. Scientists have also confirmed the efficacy of Aloe vera, pineapple, Sansevieria masoniana cream on…
10 Sep 2020
*Steroids reduce deaths of critically ill COVID-19 patients, WHO confirms *Russia’s vaccine proved safe, effective in a study published in The Lancet *Portable smartphone COVID-19 test delivers results under 40 minutes *Antibodies studies show Africa achieved acceptable COVID-19 resistance The predictions that epidemics and pandemic such as the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are often followed by…

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