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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D
Graduated with First Class Honours degree in Agricultural Economics and Extension. He earned and Ph.D in Agricultural Economics.A Researcher and Lecturer .
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 16
Climate change is significantly impacting the biological and geophysical traits of many ecosystems around the globe. See what two leading researchers in the field have to say about what the future holds in this
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 16
How have you been adapting to the new realities posed by the pandemic? asked their global network of professionals and students to share their stories of how their life and work has changed.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 16
They populate labs around the globe, contribute original research, and help to educate countless students. They also win awards! Congrats to this year's postdoctoral
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 16
As the pandemic continues, educational institutions have made major shifts in how they teach students, prompting some to consider alternatives to higher ed. Join on 10/16 for a look at what's changing now and in the future.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 16
As news about COVID-19 vaccines gets knotted up with political battles, what has to happen to build public trust and widespread acceptance when the final vaccine is released?
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 16
Even as the diversity of graduate students increases, the vast majority of faculty members in academia are white men. What strategies are working to help change this reality?
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Oct 15
Even as the diversity of graduate students increases, the vast majority of faculty members in academia are white men. What strategies are working to help change this reality?
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Sep 23
During the pandemic, children—like most of us—are spending more time in front of screens than ever. explores the effects of screen time on the developing brain in this new eBriefing:
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Sep 8
Today is World Literacy Day. Support Literacy in your Community. Literacy is life. Literacy is the key to Sustainable Peace.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Sep 3
Unfortunately this pandemic is not the first we've experienced, nor will it be the last. What lessons from the past and today can be applied to better prepare in the future? brought experts together to answer this question.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Sep 3
Build your professional skills, stay on top of the latest developments in , and enjoy casual conversations with top scientists, no matter where you are in the world. Join for an online event this fall.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Aug 11
Allergies are sending more and more children to the emergency room. But why has there been such a large increase, particularly in food allergies, over the past few decades? spoke with some of the researchers leading the field:
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Aug 11
Researchers are coming up with creative new ways to make plant-based meat alternatives more appealing and an increasing number of people are choosing plant-based diets. explores the science behind these changes.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Jul 30
.I am glad to mentor young Africans at Ignite Innovation Lab inspire Africa, we inspire Africans.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Jul 29
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Jul 26
From the fundamental nature of gravity to life beyond our solar system, learn about an array of cutting-edge science from these honorees.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Jul 26
The science on the novel coronavirus is ever-evolving as new information is learned and new therapies and vaccines are tested. is continuing to bring leaders from across fields together to share the latest science.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Jul 26
Scientists are often portrayed in popular media as geniuses who know everything. But scientists are human. This article offers stories about how meeting real scientists gives young people a sense that STEM fields are attainable.
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Nsikak-Abasi Etim, Ph.D Jul 26
It's clear that many teachers will continue working with students online for many months to come, even if only partially. offers this resource outlining strategies to help make the most of online teaching.
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