'Our studies with Ford Motor Company indicate that exposing coronaviruses to temperatures of 56 degrees Celsius, or 132.8 degrees Fahrenheit, for 15 minutes reduces the viral concentration by greater than 99 percent on interior surfaces and materials used inside Police Interceptor Utility vehicles,' said Jeff Jahnes and Jesse Kwiek, laboratory supervisors at The Ohio State University department of microbiology in a statement. … [Read more...] about Ford unveils technology that ROASTS the inside of police vehicles at 133 degrees Fahrenheit in an effort to kill coronavirus concentrations
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The don averred that there is so much competition with what is happening now as is being demonstrated by China, maintaining that without Nigeria embracing research, innovation and commercialization which determines that we must take research from research institutes to the markets and working the private sector, it is going to be very difficult for us to be competitive. … [Read more...] about Why Nigeria must prioritise research, innovation —ACCI chief
In fact, some of the same polls that revealed gaps in Americans' understanding of science spoke to their desire to learn more. A 2016 National Science Board study found that 95% of Americans were interested in new medical discoveries, and 84% were interested in scientific discoveries. … [Read more...] about Confused by the science behind Covid-19? You’re not alone
A webinar on Challenges of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the covid19 Era organized by L’strategique LLP, India was held on May 26, 2020. Dr. Vaneeta Aggarwal, CEO of L’strategique, moderated the conference, which was meant to educate participants about initiatives by the Government of India and general problems faced in initial stages. … [Read more...] about L’strategique LLP holds web conference on ‘Challenges of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Covid-19 Era’
And then there are the photos. Nowadays, we are somewhat inured to the spectacle of wildlife photography, largely because of Attenborough himself, and the tireless work of his camera crews, photographers and field scientists. We see breathtaking images of the natural world every day, shared on social media for us to gasp at. Even so, there’s nothing like seeing them on big glossy pages. I sat with my four-year-old daughter and we flicked through the pictures; she liked the pangolin, not so much the grim fanfin seadevil, and was transfixed by a leopard taking down a pained, bloodied springbok, teeth sunk into its haunch. … [Read more...] about Life on Earth by David Attenborough review – how has science changed in 40 years?