A critical shortage of trained surgeons in sub-Saharan nations has led to a tragically high death rate in cervical cancer patients.
Nigeria’s Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, has said that the Federal Government will increase its investment in space technology because of its tremendous benefits to the country.
While making the anouncement on its website, Stanford University gave the list of the 13 projects that were selected as beneficiaries of the 2019-20 Magic Grant programme. Amongst this list is a Maternal Health delivery project collaboration by the duo of Ashley Okwuosa and Chuma Asuzu.
Deirdre Ryan is the Director of JSTOR Forum where she works with libraries and museums around the world to manage and distribute their digital content across a variety of web-based platforms.
Written By Ayushi, Edited By Pallabi Saturn lined up with the Moon almost perfectly on March 29, which appeared as if it was touching the lunar object. While most of us missed the common event, an astrophotographer, Grant Petersen, from Johannesburg, South Africa, captured a stunning image of the same from his Samsung Galaxy S8 mounted on a telescope. […]
By Seth Asare Okyere, Matthew Abunyewah and Stephen Kofi Diko Sub-Saharan Africa is already experiencing the realities of a changing climate – and the situation is only going to get worse. The reasons for this are complex. And they’re exacerbated by deficits in the region’s infrastructure, services and socio-economic dynamics. Urbanisation is another major factor. The continent’s current urban population is […]
Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, Minister for Science and Technology, Sen. Boroffice Ajayi, Senate Committee Chairman on Science and Technology,Prof Seidu Mohammed, DG NASRDA and other dignitaries at the space museum. Lab By Ijeoma Olorunfemi Abuja, April 24, 2019 (NAN) The Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, says Assembly and Integration Testing (AIT) lab project […]