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13 Sep
Argentil Capital partners has combined efforts with four indigenous edtech companies to train over 6000 youngsters on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics...
14 May 2021
“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology” – Carl Sagan It seems my destiny and science and technology are inextricably linked, but for one reason or the other I have always run away from it. The more I run away from…
10 Dec 2020
To improve proficiency in the teaching profession, Seplat Petroleum Development Company has trained about 100 teachers and 43 Chief Inspectors of Education (CIEs) drawn from Edo and Delta States.
2 Apr 2019
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has blamed the lingering epileptic power supply across the federation on distribution challenges. Although generation had improved reportedly from 4,000 to 8100 megawatts, he, however, lamented that over 2000 megawatts were still not being distributed. Addressing the 50th convocation lecture of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) in his presentation titled, ‘Nigeria…
25 Jan 2019
Three winners have emerged from the robotic yearly First Lego League (FLL) Nigeria National Championship hosted by Baze University, Abuja. The competition, which hosted 600 pupils of ages nine to 16, had Team AI Squad from Hillside School, Abuja won the first-place Champion’s Award; team Federal Government College (FGC), Odogbolu, Ogun State, won the second place, while Team Glistobots,…
10 Oct 2018
In a bid to assist school owners to align their curriculum to international standard and latest technologies and help school children to develop creative skills, the Nigerian branch of an International computer organisation, New Horizons Computer Learning Centre, in collaboration with Skriware International, a technology firm into robotics, drones, STEAM and 3D Printing OEM has…

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Israeli President Isaac Herzog arrived Sunday in Bahrain, the first visit by an Israeli head of state to the small Gulf kingdom since the two countries normalised relations in 2020. Herzog, whose role is largely ceremonial, was greeted at the airport by Bahraini Foreign Minister Abdullatif al-Zayani, according to pictures posted to his Twitter account.…
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Australian police charged a high-profile Islamic State suspect with six terrorism-related offences Sunday, two days after he was extradited from Turkey, officials said. Neil Christopher Prakash, 31, was accused of offences including engaging in hostile activity overseas, supporting a terrorist organisation, and advocating terrorism, police said. He was charged in Melbourne by a counter-terrorism team…
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Thousands of villagers living near Indonesia's Mount Semeru were racing for refuge Sunday to the wail of emergency sirens as lava snaked towards their homes under a black sky after the volcano erupted. Locals fled on motorbikes sometimes three at a time as a mushroom cloud of ash approached and monsoon rains lashed the area…
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Fifty-seven former hostages of a rebel group in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, some young women used as sex slaves, were reunited with their families Saturday, AFP correspondents saw. They were freed last weekend after a large-scale Congolese-Ugandan military operation allowed them to escape the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), one of dozens of armed groups…