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    Comparing Global Practices: How Nigeria’s Use of Food-Grade Lubricants Stands Internationally

    Comparing Global Practices: How Nigeria's Use of Food-Grade Lubricants Stands Internationally The global food industry has seen a significant shift towards adopting food-grade lubricants, driven by the need to ensure food safety and comply with international

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    How Structural Steel Supports Sustainable Design: An Overview of Its Environmental Benefits

    How Structural Steel Supports Sustainable Design: An Overview of Its Environmental Benefits

    Introduction How Structural Steel Supports Sustainable Design: An Overview of Its Environmental Benefits, Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon with improved strength and fracture resistance compared to other forms of iron. Many other elements may be present or added. Stainless steels, which are

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    How AI is transforming the future of medical devices and healthcare

    How AI is transforming the future of medical devices and healthcare

    Introduction How AI is transforming the future of medical devices and healthcare, The artificial intelligence (AI) revolution has become a key component of Industry 4.0, with Global Data forecasts predicting that the AI market will

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    Scientists reverse aging in skeletal muscle for the first time. Largest Breakthrough in longevity

    Scientists reverse aging in skeletal muscle for the first time. Largest Breakthrough in longevity

    Scientists in University of Buffalo studying aging muscles cells, have discovered how to reverse aging in skeletal muscl for the first time; they noted that aging in muscle cells is a function of a cell

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    MTN launches 5G trial in Nigeria, marks seven cities for a start

    MTN launches 5G trial in Nigeria, marks seven cities for a start

      MTN Nigeria Communications Plc kicked off an open 5G pilot today as it plans to roll out 5G services in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Kano, Owerri, and Maiduguri soon. According to the Nigerian

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    MIT engineers fabricate chip-free, wireless e-skin

    MIT engineers fabricate chip-free, wireless e-skin

    MIT engineers have developed new wireless, a wearable sensor without semiconductors or batteries in what they say is the first step toward chip-free wireless sensors. This electronic skin — or e-skin — is a flexible,

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    EPA: Chemical in medical-device cleanser poses cancer risk

    EPA: Chemical in medical-device cleanser poses cancer risk

    The Environmental Protection Agency is warning residents who live near medical sterilizing plants about potential health risks from emissions of ethylene oxide, a chemical widely used in their operations. that their operations pose an elevated

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    GMO foods safe for human consumption in Nigeria- NBMA assures

    GMO foods safe for human consumption in Nigeria- NBMA assures

      The Director General of the National Biosafety Management Agency(NBMA), Dr. Rufus Ebegba, has restated that all approved Genetically Modified Organisms(GMOs) or food crops in Nigeria are safe for human consumption. Ebegba stated this in

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    Alcohol is not good for people under age 40, According to a new global study

    Alcohol is not good for people under age 40, According to a new global study

    Alcohol consumption is linked with mortality for all people under age 40 but is especially dangerous for young people. Alcohol is not good for people under age 40, a new global study finds. There is

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    LIFE EXPECTANCY: a function  of your height and weight

    LIFE EXPECTANCY: a function of your height and weight

    A study that evaluates life expectancy as a function of height and weight was conducted to evaluate one aspect of the entropy theory of aging, which hypothesizes that aging is the result of increasing disorder

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