53 make first class at University of Ibadan

Fifty three students graduated with first class degrees from the University of Ibadan, out of 2,362 graduands in Ibadan on Friday. The first class graduates emerged from the institution’s Faculties of Arts, Science, Clinical Science and Public Health. Prof. Emilolorun Ayelari, the Ag. Vice-Chancellor of UI, disclosed this at the 67th Foundation Day and Convocation… Continue reading 53 make first class at University of Ibadan

Ogun govt raises alarm over toxic imported Ponmo

ABEOKUTA Ogun State government has raised an alarm over the discovery of poisonous cattle hide and skin otherwise known as Ponmo in some markets in the state, warning the people against its consumption. The government said some unscrupulous businessmen were taking advantage of the gap in demand and supply of the soup ingredient popularly called… Continue reading Ogun govt raises alarm over toxic imported Ponmo

Pregnant schoolgirls excluded from school, banned from exams?

*Right to education of thousands of girls still under threat post Ebola crisis * No action to prevent humiliating physical examinations of schoolgirls in schools Thousands of pregnant girls, excluded from mainstream schools and barred from sitting upcoming exams, risk being left behind as Sierra Leone moves forward from the Ebola crisis, Amnesty International said… Continue reading Pregnant schoolgirls excluded from school, banned from exams?

Google will let artificial intelligence reply to your email

SAN FRANCISCO (AP)  Google is putting a different twist on the concept of automated reply with a new tool that aims to write artificially intelligent responses to your email. The technology is part of an update to Google’s Inbox app for managing and organizing email. The feature announced Tuesday is the latest example of Google?s… Continue reading Google will let artificial intelligence reply to your email