Unilorin wins $80,000 grant for research into Disability Rights in Nigeria

The University of Ilorin says its Department of Jurisprudence and International Law, recently won the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) $80,000 (approximately N30.3 million) grant. It said that the grant was meant to deepen the study and practise of laws relating to the physically challenged persons in the country. The institution’s management disclosed […]

Recovery plan fails to strengthen Europe as research location

This month, Brussels announced a €750 billion recovery plan called “Next Generation EU”, which will help support member states as they tackle the fallout of the pandemic.  “A targeted increase in funding for European science is required” But DFG president, Katja...

NUC engages foreign-based Nigerian scientists on biomedical research

A map of Nigeria By Joseph Erunke THE National Universities Commission, NUC, has engaged Nigerian foreign-based researchers on biomedical research as part of its efforts in getting a cure for Coronavirus disease in the country. The nation’s universities’ regulatory...