A Twitter account recently shared photos of a tricycle that was converted into a hospital ambulance. This however, caused some mixed reactions on social media regarding its functionality and efficiency. Read more.
NAIJ.com has sighted a photo of a young Ghanaian guy who has manufactured an helicopter from plastic ways. The eighteen-year-old boy called Gabriel Boadu, according to sources, is able to craft anything from plastic.
The Nigerian Air Force, on Tuesday, July 17, explained why it did not allow a chartered flight conveying some elder statesmen to Makurdi, Benue state, for a summit. It said its decision was not political as claimed.
It is no news that Nigerians continue to stand out in the area of creativity. From impressive art works to marvelous inventions, the talents just keep popping up everyday. Wisdom Ibeawuchi Eze happens to be one of them.
Underscoring the need for Nigeria to diversify its energy mix with inclusion of nuclear energy, Fashola said it was imperative for Nigeria to lay emphasis on the gains and safety of nuclear energy as obtained in other nations.
Two Ghanaian students have emerged winners of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), award at the just-ended Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) held in Pittsburgh in the US.
The Civil Society Groups for Good Governance has hailed the minister of science and technology for the appointment of Professor Alex Casmir Uwadiegwu as acting director general and Chief Executive Officer of NABDA.
Two undergraduates from FUTA are receiving major recognition for their life saving invention.They reportedly created a device that reduces the risk of blood clot or deep vein thrombosis. Here are more details on the story.
The nuclear center will be located 10 kilometers away from the capital of Zambia, Lusaka and the CNST will include a nuclear research facility based on a multipurpose research water-cooled reactor of up to 10 MW and others.
The Nigerian federal government, last October, signed an agreement with ROSATOM for the construction of a nuclear power plant and research centre in Nigeria. This is with a view to diversify Nigeria's current energy generation mix
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Besides serving as an eco-friendly means of generating electricity, nuclear technologies, which the proposed research center would offer, an expert, Ijeoma Njimezi said it could be adapted into different areas of agriculture.
Ndubisi Ezerioha is a Nigerian automotive scientist who constructed the fastest carbureted front-wheel car on earth. He is the owner of Bisimoto Engineering, a company that built engines for top vehicle manufacturing companies.
A young man identified as Alabi Olusola is going viral on social media for being able to generate electricity using sweet potatoes. Olusola thought outside the box as someone already invented an inverters and generators.
Military hardware comprises of the machinery and physical equipment that used by the armed forces, such as tanks and aircrft. The governments of some countries purchase their hardware directly through the ministry of defence.
Presenting the award recently at the Tunisian city of Monastir, the association said the award was based on the governor's immeasurable outstanding support in the development of innovation in science and technology.
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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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