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African Researchers Magazine (ISSN: 2714-2787) is an authoritative, non-profit, scholarly publication focused on African research communication and dissemination. Our goal is to promote African research findings and contribution to end users (governments, policies makers, practitioners, professionals, academics, business people, NGOs and the laymen on the streets of Africa), thereby influencing decision making for the greater good of the continent. Read more …

LATEST PAPERS

Kyeremanteng explains the causes of fish mortality in water bodies

Phillip Kyeremanteng is a Ghana-based Environmental Management Leader with extensive experience in overseeing the environment performance in the private and public sector organisations. He is an Expert in ISO 9001 Quality Assurance and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems, Contaminated Lands Risk Assessment, Solid and Nuclear Waste Management. In this article,...

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Ethiopia: Food Science Research Towards Curbing Malnutrition, Food Insecurity Challenges

Food Science and Nutrition Research Directorate of Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) has been envisioning to develop novel and nutritious food products and technologies, come up with improved traditional food processing practices, make information available on quality and nutritional profiles of food materials. Besides, the directorate targets developing safe...

SPECIAL FEATURE

AR Interview with Dr. Kenneth Atoe

AR Interview with Dr. Kenneth Atoe

African Researchers Magazine Interview with Dr. Kenneth Atoe. Speaking on his recently published research work titled "assessing the utility of a Cytokine in the diagnosis of Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasm (CIN) among women in Benin...
AR Interview with Ass. Prof. Maduabuchi Sennen Agbo

AR Interview with Ass. Prof. Maduabuchi Sennen Agbo

African Researchers Magazine Interview with Ass. Prof. Maduabuchi Sennen Agbo. Speaking on the 32rd Conference of the Linguistics Association of Nigeria (2021) being Chairman LOC.
AR Interview with Prof. Shyngle Kolawole BALOGUN

AR Interview with Prof. Shyngle Kolawole BALOGUN

Welcome to AR Interview Session. Today we are with Prof. Shyngle Kolawole BALOGUN. Prof. Balogun is a Professor of Applied Social Psychology at University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD in 1991 from...
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RESEARCH OF THE MONTH

Assessing the utility of Cytokine in the diagnosis of Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasm among women in Benin City, Nigeria

This study was conducted by Dr. Atoe, K. of the Department of Chemical Pathology, Edo University; Ehimigbai, R. O. A. of the Department of...

RESEARCHER OF THE MONTH

Prof. Steven Runo will be awarded the Royal Society Africa Prize 2020

Prof. Steven Runo will be awarded the Royal Society Africa Prize 2020 for elucidating pathways for long distance RNA trafficking between parasitic plants and...

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Call for Papers

Call for Papers: African Journal of Health, Safety and Environment

Call for Papers: African Journal of Health, Safety and Environment
Greetings Dear Colleagues, This is to officially inform you that the African Journal of Health, Safety and Environment (AJHSE) is currently accepting research and review...

Open Journals Nigeria Call for Papers

Open Journals Nigeria Call for Papers
Open Journals Nigeria is an "Open Access" academic journal publisher, providing double-blinded peer-reviewed scholarly journals that facilitate an effective access to high "quality and...

Call for Papers: Pharmacology and Toxicology of Natural Medicines

Pharmacology & Toxicology of Natural Medicines
  Pharmacology and Toxicology of Natural Medicines E-ISSN: 2756-6838 Editor-In-Chief: Prof. Raymond I. Ozolua, Pharmacology and Toxicology of Natural Medicines (PHATOXNATMED) is an official publication of Phytomedicine Research...

EDITORS' PICK

32nd Conference of the Linguistics Association of Nigeria

Here is a brief sight and sound from the just concluded 32nd Conference of the Linguistics Association of Nigeria held on 1st February, 2021...

A comparative study of cultural and molecular techniques for the identification of bacterial contaminants of cockroaches (Periplaneta americana)

Cockroaches are popularly known for being vectors to several dozens of infectious bacteria. Several researchers had focused on studying these bacterial communities, recently B.T...

A Gambian Scientist rubbishes his President’s HIV Treatment Programme

A Gambian born international scientist, Dr Assan Jaye, has rubbished former President Yahya Jammeh’s claimed to have cure for the HIV/Aids virus. Dr Jaye who...

A Research Agenda on the Sexual and Reproductive Health Dimensions of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Africa

This classic commentary was written by Dr. Babatunde Ahonsi a Resident Representative, United Nations Population Fund (China) and Country Director (Mongolia), and Assistant Editor,...

Africa’s Hit Science Show for Kids now showing in the U.S.

Watch the Pan-African science TV show for kids and try not to smile — we dare you The world needs more scientists. Or people who...

Africa’s response to COVID-19

As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread, countries in sub-Saharan Africa are still experiencing outbreaks of other infectious diseases; the top causes of...

African countries without the coronavirus variant should use the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

African countries without the coronavirus variant dominant in South Africa should go ahead and use the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, the Africa Centers for Disease...

African home remedies may hold promise in the cure of COVID-19

“Home remedies may hold promise in the prophylaxis and cure of COVID-19 infection”. This is the conclusion from a classic study of home remedies...

Africans begin to take the reins of research into their own genomes

In 1987, 10-year-old Segun Fatumo was on the streets of Lagos, Nigeria, hawking palm oil, yams, and pepper each day after school to help...

Alain Aina won the 2019 Internet Society’s Jonathan B. Postel Service Award

Alain Aina has been a key player in the Internet in Africa. While the winner of this year’s Jonathan B. Postel Award has had...

From Archive

GTBank Seniors Account - I bank for Free

GTBank Seniors Account – I bank for Free

Guaranty Trust Bank plc has introduced a new current account for Senior Citizens called ‘The GTBank Seniors Account’. The new banking product, which is the...

Researching together: Aligning academic employees with the institution’s research strategy

Research strategy is at the top agenda of universities’ strategic planning. It has been argued that aligning employees’ actions with the organizational strategic goals...
Applicability of sampling techniques in social sciences

Applicability of sampling techniques in social sciences

Sampling helps a lot in research. It is one of the most important factors which determines the accuracy of a research/survey result. ADEKEYE Adeshola...
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Impact of DroughtTEGO® hybrid maize variety on agricultural productivity and poverty alleviation in Kenya

DroughtTEGO® is a drought-tolerant white maize variety developed and deployed by the Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) Project. WEMA has developed more than...
A Research Agenda on the Sexual and Impact of Statistical optimization of L–glutaminase production by Trichoderma species under solid state fermentation using African locust beans as substrateTEGO® hybrid maize variety on agricultural productivity and poverty alleviation in KenyaHealth Dimensions of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Africa

Statistical optimization of L–glutaminase production by Trichoderma species under solid state fermentation using African...

L-glutaminase is an amidase enzyme that converts glutamine to glutamate. Glutamate is the anion of glutamic acid, a chemical that nerve cells use to...