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Black Women Scientists

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Do you know that the #STEM world would not be were it is today without the immense contributions of many black women? Here are two striking examples of black women who have made groundbreaking #inventions in the advance of Medical Science. Alice Augusta Ball (1892-1961) is a Black woman Medical Scientist that developed the Ball […]

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STEM Jobs/Careers And The Question of Unemployment In Nigeria

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The question of increasing rate of unemployment in #Africa, and particularly Nigeria, is one that poses great concern to our social and economic development, and both governments and private organizations are working round the clock seeking solutions to that social problem Speaking today on Odenigbo radio 99.1 FM on this week’s episode of our weekly […]

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The Importance of Mentorship For School Kids

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Recent study shows that negligence by both #teachers and parents is the single most debilitating factor undermining children’s ability to learn in school and informally. Most times #School children are faced with myriads of challenges such as poor memory, absentmindedness, poor communication skills, lack of self-consciousness, and more. Due to negligence by both their teachers […]