University of Ibadan celebrates 201 First Class as 7, 577 graduate

7,577 students, on Tuesday, graduated with first degrees from the University of Ibadan (UI) at its 2016/2017 Convocation and 70th Foundation Day anniversary at the International Conference Centre (ICC), Ibadan….

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‘60% of Nigerian undergraduate projects plagiarised’

A former executive secretary of the National Universities Commission, Professor Peter Okebukola, says over 60 percent of project reports of Nigerian undergraduates are plagiarised. Speaking yesterday at the first Kwara…

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2m Nigerians currently receiving AIDS treatment, says NACA

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) says about 1,090,233 people are receiving anti-retroviral drugs in Nigeria as at June this year. The Acting Director, Research, Monitoring and…

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UNICEF takes up case against illiteracy in children #GenUnlimited

A little girl, curious, eyes shining… She could be anything in future but she has never been in a classroom. We can do so much more for children like her….

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Lesbian and bisexual women are at higher risk of heart disease, study finds

A new study has found that lesbian and bisexual women are at higher risk of heart disease due to the traumatic abuse and neglect they face. Researchers have found that…

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You may start paying tax for eating meat in the UK. Here’s why

Scientists have called for a new tax on meat – which they claim would save thousands of lives in Britain. A so-called ‘meat tax’ could also save the UK economy…

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Indian student writes algorithm on how to find a parking spot

An Indian student in the US has created a space-detecting algorithm that can help tackle the problem of finding a parking spot by using big data analytics and save a…

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FAO: Drought, Flood Cause Rise In Sugar Cost

The cost of sugar has climbed up by 2.6 per cent according to the Food Agriculture Organisation (FAO). The spike in prices is predicated on drought in the world’s largest…

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Utazi, best vegetable for diabetes –Scientists

Vegetables are just one part of healthy living with diabetes. But sometimes, people wonder which may be the best option for good blood sugar level control. Research proves that Gongronema…

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Nigeria partners UK to enhance disease control

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Tuesday in Abuja signed a memorandum of understanding with Public Health England (PHE) in a bid to strengthen international disease control across…

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