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2 Jun 2016
Scientists call them “cosmic rays”. But these “bullets of radiation” are really connecting cables, carriers of information and physical influence, from cosmic cataclysms dated billions of years back.
25 May 2016
Scientists have recorded giant strides in the search of cure for Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
17 May 2016
Depleted elasticity of the skin and overexposure to harmful ultraviolet rays causes wrinkles, but scientists say a new lab-created “second skin” could help correct this damage.
4 Apr 2015
THE Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) has joined Nigerians in congratulating Nigeria’s President-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.), even as the association has urged him to assemble competent and unbiased professionals who will man the Federal Ministry of Health.

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Mohamed Salah scored the decisive spot-kick as record seven-time champions Egypt beat the Ivory Coast 5-4 on penalties after a 0-0 draw in Douala on Wednesday to reach the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals.
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NATO on Wednesday said it had delivered a set of written "proposals" to Russia, after Moscow issued a raft of demands to roll back US influence in eastern Europe.
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The Abia Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps has destroyed 10 illegal modular refineries operating in Okohia and Owaza oil-bearing communities of the state, an official has said.
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Bitcoin and its underlying technology can take businesses into the untapped regions of the world. Today, media headlines highlight blockchain technology and investments around it. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have dominated the news headlines due to their remarkable performance over the years. Despite being highly volatile, Bitcoin has continued to increase its value. Currently, entrepreneurs and…
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When it comes to style, there is no beating the Niger Delta. Aside from the serene environment and rich sea food the people guarantee their visitors, nobody visits a Niger Delta event without having a story to tell. And so it was at the Port Harcourt Golden Jubilee Polo tournament, which attracted teams from across…