Professor Hippolite Amadi is the winner of The Nigeria Prize for Science 2023 on “Innovation for Enhancement of Healthcare Therapy” with his three (3) technological innovations aimed at saving the lives of neonates by making the delivery of oxygen cheap and easy.
Profile of The Winners for Science
Profile of The Winners
Winners of The Nigeria Prize for Science
Engr. Dr. Emmanuel Olatunji Olutomilola is joint winner of The Nigeria Prize for Science 2022 on Sustainable Food Security with...
Prof. Sesan Peter Ayodeji is joint winner of The Nigeria Prize for Science 2022 on Sustainable Food Security with their...
Prof Shehu Garki Ado (Wazirin Garki) is a distinguished professor, seasoned agricultural expert, renowned academic, and consummate researcher of international...
Dr. Muhyideen Oyekunle, is one of the joint winners of the Nigeria Prize for Science (2022). Dr Muhyideen Oyekunle, holds...
Dr. Mathew Aneke is a Chemical and Biological Engineer with the University of Sheffield. He is a fellow of UK Higher Education Academy and Chartered Engineer with the UK Energy Institute.
Prof Meihong Wang is a Professor of Energy system and lectures at the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK.
Dr Peter Ngene is Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis at the Debye Institute of Nanomaterials Science at the Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Prof Ikeoluwa Ajayi is a lecturer at the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan. He was one of the three authors whose work joined other two works to clinched the Science prize after seven years that the prize returned no winner verdict.
Prof Ayodele Jegede, one of the co-researchers in the 2017 winning project “Improving Home and Community Management of Malaria: Providing the Evidence Base” is the Head of Department of Sociology at the same University of Ibadan.
Bidemi Yusuf, together with Ayodele Jegede and Ikeoluwa Ajayi authored one of the winning entries for the prize in, 2017, entitled: “Improving Home and Community Management of Malaria: Providing the Evidence Base”.
Olugbenga Mukuola’s work “Multi-faceted Effort at Malaria Control in E Research: Management of Malaria of Various Grades” was one of the entries that won The Nigeria Prize for Science in 2017.
In 2017, three research works were found to be of merit in controlling malaria spread in Nigeria. The spread of Malaria had been fingered as one of the most pressing challenges facing Nigeria and three works made significant contributions.
In 2010, Prof Ibhadode’s work in “Developing a new method in Dye Design” was considered of great merit and won the $50,000 The Nigeria Prize for Science.
Prof A J Nok was a professor of Biochemistry and Public Affairs Secretary of The Nigerian Academy of Sciences. Prof Nok received the Nigerian National Merit Award in 2010 after receiving Africa’s most prestigious prize in Science...
Prof Ebenezer Meshida was a scientist and Professor of Engineering Geology and Geophysics at the University of Lagos before he moved to Afe Babalola University.
In 2006, Prof Michael Adikwu, a Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, won the Nigeria Prize for Science with his work “Wound Healing Devices (Formulations) Containing Snail Mucins”.
Prof Alfred Akpoveta Susu is a Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, University of Lagos and fellow of Nigerian Academy of Sciences. Prof Susu graduated in Chemical Engineering from the University of Idaho and Stanford University Califonia, USA up to PHD.
Dr Kingsley Abhulimen is a Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, University of Lagos, his alma matter, where his PHD research work also earned him and his supervisor the maiden edition of The Nigerian Prize for Science worth $20,000...