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EXCLUSIVE: Nigerian Prof. Amagh Nduka Explains The Asymmetry Between Matter And Antimatter

September 7, 2012

This is an exlusive post by Amagh Nduka, a respected professor of theoretical physics and applied mathematics … http://p.ost.im/p/dFGNa3

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4 Comments
  1. Ekemere Amarachi permalink

    Please know what to do to promote old eastern region scientifically, for the sake of incoming generation, forget about Nigeria, they are destined never succeed. Thanks

  2. Ekemere Amarachi permalink

    Please know what to do to promote old eastern region scientifically, for the sake of incoming generation, forget about Nigeria, they are destined never to succeed. Thanks

  3. Eme Emmanuel Igwe permalink

    I have heard your prof. Nduka’s drive in global science of our 21st century, but sir where are u now and what are u doing to develop young brainy for scientific revolution in Africa , Nigeria and the south east. I pray more grace to your elbows and many more years ahead amen. Never relent until the government moves to your vision sir.
    -science lectures and
    -practical and up to date laboratories in secondary schools and even beyond.

  4. Emmanuel Peter permalink

    Prof. I listened attentively to your interview as presented in a program by NTA this evening. You actually caught my attention with your responses. However, the truth is that our politicians do not have the will power to heed to your advise. My plea sir, is that you try as much as possible to raise younger scientists that can join your band wagon. Long live and prosperity I wish you.

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