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covid-19 vaccines SCIENCE TALK

The Research and Funding that enabled the unprecedented speed of developing COVID-19 vaccines

In less than a year, two COVID-19 vaccines are here with us. This is the first time in history that a vaccine for a novel disease has been made in…

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The two things I love about coronavirus

I know coronavirus has killed people, people whose family, friends and relatives are currently mourning. Family, friends and relatives that are in deep pain, are panicked, and are suffering from…

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The scientific process SCIENCE TALK

Using the Scientific Process in deciding what to believe

Being an atheist I often find myself in discussions and arguments about religion and why a fool like me can say in his heart, “there is no god”. In almost…

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scientific theories SCIENCE TALK

Wicked Edition: Apostle Mr. T was so wrong about Scientific Facts vs Scientific Theories

Last night I got to watch an episode of The Wicked Edition by Dr. King’ori that aired in the beginning of this month. Over at YouTube it is titled “Is…

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don't worry about typos too much SCIENCE TALK

Don't worry about typos too much, they are a sign that you are intelligent

I suffer from forgetfulness – medium to long term forgetfulness. I forget names. Names of people. Names of places. Names of movie stars. I forget things I have done. And…

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GCP 2019 OPINION

Gross County Product: Nairobi leads counties in contributing to Kenya’s growth

A recently released report on Gross County Product (GCP) shows that Nairobi contributes 21.7 per cent to Kenya’s growth hence the largest contributor to Kenya’s growth. This settles the long-running…

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Artificial Wombs are here to eradicate pregnancy and give women the much needed equality

Nature is imperfect. And this imperfection is the greatest testimony that it originated from an imperfect originator – or a perfect originator who doesn’t give a damn about perfection. A…

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TechWomen Conference SCIENCE TALK

USIU-Africa Alumni Association Hosts TechWomen Conference

“She Goes Tech”, an initiative founded by a Kenyan Tech Women Fellow (2015), Kendi Ntwiga, in collaboration with USIU-Africa Alumni Association, Chaired by Dolly Sagwe-Onyoni held a conference dubbed “She…

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Meet the town from the 50s in USA where Wi-Fi and mobile signal is illegal

The thought of going a day or even hours without mobile network reception, Wi-Fi, any kind of data connection is a nightmare for many, in fact at some point we…

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OPINION

What media player do you use?

Our devices are our companions right now. We cannot go without our cell phones or tablets. Almost every kid is armed with at least one right now, especially so inKenya…

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Over 40,000 Women to attend Women in Tech Conference next week

Women in Tech Africa (WITA) will hold a Women in Tech Week right here in Nairobi, Kenya. Yes, you heard that right. Nairobi is indeed turning out to be a…

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Going green the LG way is imperative for Nairobi’s growing population

As the global urban population continues to rise, cities will need to take steps to ensure that energy efficiency is increased and that serious steps are taken to cut pollution….

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The best news I heard today – “Cabinet approves creation of Kenya Space Agency”

A few may say that Kenya does not need her own space agency, but Kenya Space Agency will inspire a whole generation of Kenyan scientists. It will make the black…

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Connected Kenya- More Questions than Answers

Another time for Connected Kenya starting today. For those who have no idea, what Connected Kenya is, it is a tech event organized by Government every year to bring together…

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Pigs are almost ready to donate organs to humans thanks to CRISPR/Cas9

Organ transplant is one of the most expensive medical procedures, not just because of the required surgery process, but also due to the fact that obtaining the right organ from…

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Let us come together and fight the politicians that have waged a war on Science and Technology

We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology. ~ Carl Sagan The year 2015 is the year that…

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Resist GMO Foods and starve to death

This is for those who consider GMO based foods harmful. You cannot do a blanket condemnation of all GMO products. For starters, everyone today eats and or promote the consumption…

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Homo sapiens is headed to extinction to be replaced by posthuman life forms

The next 5 to 35 years will be the most interesting years to live in. Most of the science fiction predictions like those found in Star Trek will become real….

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It should be perfectly okay for sentient AI to wipe out mankind

CHARACTER DEFINITION Joe: Joe is a transhuman being. He was once upon a time an ordinary Joe just like you and me. But due to advancement in technologies, Joe became…

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Researchers develop tiny electronics that can be injected into the brain using 0.1 mm needles

Scientists are continuing to make huge breakthroughs ranging from developing effective methods for enabling the use of thoughts as passwords to creating tiny needles that can be swallowed. Now researchers at…

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