Meet Nigerian Inventor Who Invented Smokeless Stove 

By Joseph Omotayo – Max Chinnah, a 26-year old Nigerian inventor, has created a smokeless stove that could cook and charge phones – The young inventor said the need to positively affect human lives pushed him into doing something that can help the earth – It should be noted that there are plans to distribute…

Mobile Data, New cancer In Nigeria

On February 22, 2020. By Kingsley Muolokwu Mobile data they say, is life. The internet has become an incredibly crucial part of our day to day life. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, etc, all boil down to the internet. Electronic Banking, electronic mail, e-commerce, etc, are all dependent on this same internet. Need I say more? Nah!…

UNIZIK Student Invents Machine That Can Convert Pure Water Nylon To Fuel (Photos)

Posted by Victor on Fri 10th Jan, 2020.  A Nigerian student has been commended for his brilliance after he invented a machine that can convert disposable materials to fuel. A just graduated student of Chemical Engineering, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Anthony Obikwelu, has stunned the science world after he developed and manufactured a machine that can…

Are Your Kids Safe on the Internet?

Raising children in this digital age full of online predators is often terrifying. This article shows you how to protect your child from online predators. BARK industry’s Sloane Ryan recently published a chilling investigative article on what it’s like to be an 11-year-old on the internet today. The article which quickly went viral prompted the…

Google Health’s AI can spot breast cancer missed by human eyes

One in eight women will get breast cancer at some point. More accurate diagnostic tools are sorely needed. A diagnosis of breast cancer is news no one wants to hear, but if it does come, you want it to be accurate. Unfortunately the current primary method of detection via mammogram — a scan of the…

Facebook removes false HIV-prevention ads after LGBTQ+ outcry

The ads, which were on Facebook for months before the company acted, contained false claims about side effects of anti-HIV drugs Facebook has quietly removed false and misleading ads about HIV-prevention medications after months of pressure from LGBTQ+ and health organizations. Fifty organizations including Glaad and PrEP4All started a public campaign in December, arguing that…

Thousands of children under 14 have been investigated by police for sexting

Critics say children are being given police records for behaviour they do not fully understand More than 6,000 children under 14 have been investigated by police for sexting offences in the past three years, including more than 300 of primary school age, the Guardian has learned. Figures disclosed by 27 police forces in England and…