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Goodnight Professor Adetayo-Foluso Fagbenro-Beyioku

Goodnight Professor Adetayo Beyioku

By Adeola Aderounmu

My former lecturer and supervisor Professor Adetayo Foluso Fagbenro-Beyioku passed away on April 18 2015. She was aged 67. 1.124 kata lagi


Science Policy Around the Web - July 31, 2015

By: Kaitlyn Morabito, Ph.D.


US House moves to block labeling of GM foods

The debate about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) labeling has made it to the federal level. 660 kata lagi


Have you heard of the Wall paint that protects lives and property?

For every symptom of head ache and body pain we tell a friend, one consistent diagnosis comes to the fore – “I’m sure it’s just Malaria”. 366 kata lagi

Special Reports

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Oumense weet hoe om goeters op te gaar. Toenterjare werk ek agter ‘n toonbank in die Britse paspoort afdeling in Akkra. Nou sien, Ghana was mos ook ‘n Britse Kolonie, en daai tyd het hulle honderde-der-duisende Wes-Afrika boorlinge geleerdheid gegee in Britanje. 630 kata lagi



The researchers tested blood samples from 1,010 people across 50 locations in Chennai, a city with over 6 million people, and found that nearly all of them had been exposed to dengue and 44 percent had been exposed to… 98 kata lagi

Did You Know??


After 40 years of research and clinical testing, one of the great challenges of medicine looks as if it may be on the way to a solution: an anti-malaria vaccine, RTS,S, is currently undergoing clinical trials and showing promising results. 381 kata lagi



Malaria has been a disease that the African countries have been trying to sensitize people about ways to prevent it from spreading. Malaria is commonly spread by an infected female anopheles mosquito. 232 kata lagi