Science Nigeria is a media publishing and consultancy organisation, founded in 2021, specialising in science communication with the aim of reporting issues and developments in science in a manner that makes for easy understanding of the people these developments impact and how they affect their lives, as well as the role of science in the development and growth of the society.
MOTTO: Science for growth and transformation
To boost the knowledge and understanding of science, technology and innovations and encourage their adoption and application for the development of Nigeria in particular and Africa and the world in general and also the overall wellbeing of the people.
To be the platform for science and technology-related information in Africa and the world.
SCIENCE NIGERIA TEAM
The Science Nigeria team is made up of seasoned science journalists and editors led by Nkechi Isaac.
Ms Isaac is a seasoned science communicator passionate about simplifying science information and communicating same for the benefit of mankind.
SHORT BIO ON NKECHI ISAAC (PUBLISHER)
Nkechi Isaac, the founder and publisher of Science Nigeria, is a seasoned science communicator with over a decade experience in science reporting and communication.
Currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in development communication in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK), she holds a masters degree and bachelor of arts in English Language from Nasarawa State University and Nnamdi Azikiwe University (NAU), Awka, respectively.
Ms Isaac is a fellow of the Cornell University, Ithaca, USA based Cornell Alliance for Science and the Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism.
She is also a member of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ); Nigeria Association of Science Journalists (NASJ); and Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR).
She started her journalism career at LEADERSHIP Newspapers and rose through the ranks to the position of deputy editor.Ms Isaac is widely travelled and has participated in many international conferences of the United Nations and other international organisations. She has mentored numerous young science reporters, moderated/facilitated various meetings and trainings, and consults for organisations both nationally and internationally.