The innovativeness and achievements of the Nigerian Air Force in the area of Research and Development were on display at the just concluded Technology and Innovation Expo 2018 organised by the ministry of science and technology.
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From how we connect with each other to how we take care of our daily needs, technology is driving the rapid change of everything around us.The pace of change is so staggering that it is increasingly difficult to remember the pas
Frank Darko, the young Ghanaian tertiary dropout, who used his innovation and problem-solving skills to build a bicycle which is used on water recently got a national award for his efforts in innovative engineering. Read more.
Patrick Chweu, a 29-year-old man from Mahikeng in South Africa, built his own "bicycle-car" to move around. He created it using old bicycle parts, tins and plastic bottles and has since inspired many people on the internet.
Nigeria's minister of communications, Adebayo Shittu, had earlier said Nigeria was losing 0.08 of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to cyber-crimes and the figure might have risen because a large number of incidents were undetected
Giving reasons for the award, the coalition said it undertook a systematic assessment of 17 agencies under the federal ministry of science and technology using both qualitative and quantitative methodology and found NASENI worthy.
And further deconstructing the underbelly of hydro-power generation in Nigeria, NASENI has also developed a 10 KW Propeller Turbine, whose capacity to generate power is merely pressure from a pipe -borne water source.
Elon Musk has just changed the future of space travel and he did this by launching a car into space using his Falcon heavy rocket. The car is on a course for Mars and will eventually end up in the asteroid belt.
NAIJ.com gathered that the helicopter’s major systems were assembled at the Nigerian Air Force’s 631 Aircraft Maintenance Depot (ACMD) Ikeja by a combined team of foreign experts as well as NAF engineers and technicians.
A few months ago, NAIJ.com had an encounter with a young Ghanaian inventor, Frank Darko who had created a bicycle that could move on water. He revealed that his creativity came about as a result of his matchless love for science.
Nigerian Army has formally gone into partnership with Nigerian indigenous motor manufacturing company, Innoson, for modification of some of its equipment, local production of armoured fighting vehicles and other military hardwares
From 1 January 2018, the popular messenger service, WhatsApp, won’t be available on any handsets running Windows Phone 8.0, BlackBerry OS or BlackBerry 10.
A Artificial Intelligence (AI) company known as Ubenwa has developed a technology that would save the lives of infants in the world by detecting asphyxia.
Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, minister of science and technology, has said that the federal government is committed to investing N180 billion for fruitful investment.
Having listened to the blasphemous utterances of the terrorist Boko Haram leader, this is an Atheist's Response to Shekau's latest video Humanist Mubarak Bala
The unreliable power supply in Nigeria has made a lot of people living in the country to turn to alternative and reliable means of powering their gadgets.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Google Inc., Sundar Pichai landed in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday, July 27, and said his team would be training 10 million.
The Mayor of Bamako, Mali Adama Sangaré on Tuesday, July 18, visited the minister of trade and investment Okechukwu Elenemah over plans to buy Innoson motors.
With a major emphasis on a consumer driven market, itel Mobile, a leading global provider of mobile devices has introduced itel P51; a power packed device
NASENI e-voting device incorporates features like instant facial recognition of the voter and effectively combines several segments of elections simultaneously.
Nigerian hackers and cyber criminals are being accused of masterminding a grand theft of information and money running into billions of dollars worldwide.