Like Africans, the First Modern Britons had ‘Dark to Black’ Skin

In 2017, the discovery of Graecopithecus freybergi, aka ‘El Graeco’ was said to prove that our European ancestors were already enjoying life in Europe 200,000 years before the existence of the earliest of our African ancestors. Which an International team of researchers said entirely change the beginning of human history and place the last common ancestor of both… Read More Like Africans, the First Modern Britons had ‘Dark to Black’ Skin

Biotechnology – Solving Nigeria’s Food Insecurity Challenges

Nigeria is still a developing country despite being blessed with abundant natural resources including a good climate which supports the growth of vegetation and rearing of animals. Nigerian agriculture is still characterized by low yield per hectare, low production technology, outdated production techniques, low level of innovation adoption etc. Nigeria has also witnessed progressive increase… Read More Biotechnology – Solving Nigeria’s Food Insecurity Challenges

How people of African Decent Can Benefit from Precision Medicine

A chip containing millions of genetic variations that are common in Africa could help scientists bring the benefits of precision medicine to the continent. The chip could lead to new insights into human health as well as new treatments that work better on Africans. Its developers say it will be ready to use in early… Read More How people of African Decent Can Benefit from Precision Medicine

Impulsitvity’ Gene Can Be Passed From Parents To children

New Research has revealed that parents can transfer impulsivity genes to their children, this means that if your child is impulsive, that child inherited it from you. Delay Discounting (DD) is the tendency to decline a larger reward someone will receive later for a smaller award they can have immediately. Andrey Anokhin and his colleagues… Read More Impulsitvity’ Gene Can Be Passed From Parents To children