University of Lagos
Unilag patents 11 inventions in 18 months
The University of Lagos says it successfully patented 11 inventions in the last 18 months, with three of them being prototyped.
School House retains ISL’s inter-house sports competition crown
School House (Green) has again won the 30th International School, University of Lagos yearly Inter-house Athletics competition held at the Sports Centre, University of Lagos.
Kamil Omoteso… Akoka export blazing trail in UK Academic sphere
His childhood passion was to become an accountant. So, realising that dream actually defined the course of study for Professor Kamil Omoteso as he obtained his first and second degrees in Accounting and Management in 1994 and 1998 respectively, at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.
The menace of ‘cold room’ and other room
On October 7, the media was awash with the debauched acts of two university dons, one from the University of Lagos and the other from College of Education, university of Ghana...
Experts advocate learning of interconnected world at UNILAG international week
Stakeholders at the maiden edition of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) international week have canvassed the need for education based on an interconnected world that takes cognisance of learning associated with the fourth industrial revolution.
Aisha Buhari, Fayemi’s wife seek justice for survivors of sexual harassment
Wife of the president, Aisha Buhari, has called for the prosecution of perpetrators of sexual harassment and violence against girls in the country.
Outrage as sex-for-grades scandal rocks UNILAG
Nigerian universities caught global attention yesterday. But this was not because of academic breakthroughs that earned them some laurels. Rather, it was because of the escapades of randy lecturers.
VC canvasses investment in engineering education
To address the nation’s infrastructural decay, the Vice Chancellor University of Lagos, Prof. Toyin Ogundipe, has stressed the need for African leaders to in invest in engineering education.
Why government must take advantage of radio
The Nigerian broadcasting industry, especially radio, has evolved following its deregulation in 1992 with the establishment of the NBC act 38 of 1992 and 55 of 1999 as amended, providing the platform for more engagement with the public.
Students tackle societal problems via innovations
Eleven students from Nigerian tertiary institutions have pitched different innovations to solve technological and societal problems. Three winners will be empowered with N3 million start-up capital at the end of the innovative challenge, which held at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).