Building knowledge economies of citizens highly competent in science and mathematics is the key to African countries achieving the high income status necessary to
By Chinedu James The Federal Government has reiterated its commitments to Nigeria’s economic growth through the promotion and development of science, technology and innovation.
Matters eRising with Olusegun Oruame Two recent national policy thrusts: “Executive Order 3 On Support of Local Content Procurement and the “Presidential Executive Order
By John McKenna These are the most innovative countries in the world, South Korea, Sweden and Singapore top the list. Image: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri South Korea
By Oluwatobi Opusunju and Chinedu James The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has assured stakeholders in the local software industry that it will
By Oluwatobi Opusunju The Nigerian government is restricting import of foreign skills and scientific tools except procuring companies prove such skills or equipment cannot
A short story of how nHub’s founder, David Daser, became a “hardcore geek” “MATHEMATICS HAS TAUGHT ME NOT JUST NUMBERS AND HOW TO MANIPULATE
By Oluwatobi Opusunju Stakeholders in the technology and education sectors are doubtful government can fully implement its newly unveiled 2030 Roadmap for Science, Technology
The Federal Government has unveiled the 2030 Roadmap for the country’s Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) development. This officially commenced in Port Harcourt recently
The more religious people are, the lower children in that country perform in science and mathematics, according to new research at Leeds Beckett University.