Maya Alexis: The Proud First Black Woman with A Cloud Technology YouTube Channel, And The First Software Engineer In Her Family

In a world moved and shaped by Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, it has become necessary to train and educate people to better equip them to contribute to society. More and more women are gradually taking their place in this movement and one of such is Maya Alexus. Maya AlexusContinue Reading

Scans revealed an Egyptian mummy was actually a pregnant woman not a male priest

Scientists have uncovered the first known example of pregnant woman being mummified. The mummy was first thought to be a male priest because of an inscription on the sarcophagus. “We were really shocked,” said one of the scientists who led to project in Warsaw, Poland. Scientists were “shocked” to findContinue Reading

Today in History

Today in History Today is Monday, April 12, the 102nd day of 2021. There are 263 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On April 12, 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt died of a cerebral hemorrhage in Warm Springs, Georgia, at age 63; he was succeeded by Vice President Harry S. Truman. On…Continue Reading

Woman finds World War Two room untouched for decades hidden in storage cupboard

Mia Gray discovered a World War Two air raid shelter hidden in what she had assumed was the storage room of her building in Edinburgh, years after moving into the tenement with her family. Mia and other residents discovered the shelter after clearing out the room. A woman was leftContinue Reading

Its for the people how George Floyd Square became a symbol of resistance – and healing

The sign on a barricade on a once-unassuming street in Minneapolis reads: “You’re now entering the free state of George Floyd”. A small rectangle of city blocks features murals, flowers, candles and tributes in the place where Floyd, a Black man, died under the knee of a white police officer last May,Continue Reading

Pompeii ancient remains are helping scientists learn what happens to a body caught in a volcanic eruption

The Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland. The recent eruptions in Iceland, vividly captured through dramatic drone footage, have drawn public attention to the immense power of volcanoes. Beautiful though they are, and mesmerising to watch, they are also deadly. History has recorded eruptions so spectacular they’ve never been forgotten. These include Krakatoa inContinue Reading