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THE NIGERIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE TO HOST NATIONAL SCIENCE CONGRESS

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The Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS) hereby announces the National Science Congress; a meeting of all science associations in Nigeria. This meeting will take place on the 9th and 10th of July, 2014. This meeting is being convened to bring together key members of the Nigerian science community to discuss the state of science in Nigeria, formulate strategies for improving scientific research and innovation in Nigeria, as well as foster better collaborations between the Academy and science associations. The Academy invites all national science association to participate in this meeting. Interested science associations should indicate willingness and confirm participation by contacting the Academy (Ms. Anjola Olanipekun) using This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it / 08169801966 with the following information:
i. Name of Association
ii. Correspondence address (physical and postal)
iii. Website
iv. Name and contact information (email and phone number) of President
v. Name and contact information (email and phone number) of Secretary
vi. Name and contact information (email and phone number) of Public Relations Officer
All confirmations should be sent on or before Wednesday, 30th of April 2014.

THE ACADEMY’S 38TH COUNCIL CONSTITUTED

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The 38th Council of the Nigerian Academy of Science was constituted at her Annual General Meeting held in Lagos on the 23rd of January, 2014.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 January 2014 10:36 Read more...

38TH AGM OF THE NIGERIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

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Fellows of the Nigerian Academy of Science gathered together at the EHJ Guest House, Ikeja, Lagos at its Annual General Meeting on the 23rd of January, 2014 to discuss the ways of improving the Academy’s objective to be the nation’s voice of science. In its growing strength, the Academy elected ten distinguished scientists into its Fellowship. They are: Professor John Adekoya- Professor of Geology; Professor John Agbenin - Professor of Soil-Environmental Chemistry- Professor Dennis Agbonlahor- Professor of Medical Microbiology; Professor Joseph Ahaneku-  Professor of Chemical Pathology; and Professor Patrick Aina-  Professor of Soil Physics.
Others include: Professor Ebenezer Farombi- Professor of Biochemistry; Professor Chichi Ibe- Professor of Oceanography; Professor Adekunle Odunsi- Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology; Professor Joseph Ojo- Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; and Professor Wuraola Shokunbi- Professor of Hematology. They will be inducted as Fellows of the Nigerian Academy of Science at an induction ceremony later in the year.

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THE NIGERIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE SELECT WINNER FOR THE AU-TWAS YOUNG SCIENTISTS NATIONAL AWARD

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The Nigerian Academy of Science has selected winners for the AU-TWAS Young Scientists National Award. They are:

1. Dr. Adejuwon Adeneye (He won for the Basic Sciences, Technology & Innovation category)

2. Dr. Item Atangwho (He won for the Earth & Life Sciences category)

These two winners have been endorsed by AU-TWAS. They will be awarded a prize of $5,000 and a certificate each at a ceremony to be hosted by the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology. The date will be announced later.

The AU-TWAS Young Scientists National Awards is a partnership between the African National Academies, (TWAS), the African Union (AU), national science academies and national ministries of science 

and technology to institute annual awards that are designed to recognize scientific excellence in different countries.

The award is given for career excellence and quality of work which has

a high impact value and potential for greatness.

IAP, IAC and IAMP Co-Chairs issues Communiqué

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The IAP, IAC and IAMP Co-Chairs issues Communiqué on "Implementing a New Global Partnership for Post-2015 United Nations Goals"

Last Updated on Friday, 19 July 2013 15:13 Read more...

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