STEMng Digest: Week 49

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A good day to all the curators, creators, developers, and every other stakeholder of the hive community. Welcome to another week and another edition of our weekly publication where we showcase the best of Nigerian authors in the stem field on the hive blockchain

STEMng is a sub-community of the stemsocial community, a community that is dedicated to supporting stem authors on the hive blockchain.

Basically, our curators comb through the blockchain for stem-related content published by Nigerians that fulfill the curation criteria of the stemsocial community. Such posts are then submitted in the curation channel of the stemsocial community on discord for upvotes. The following articles are the picks for this week's STEMng digest:

1.@mularh: The Fear of Moving Away From One's Comfort Zone || How To Overcome This Particular Fair

Leaving one's comfort zone can be quite challenging and has been a major hurdle to cross for many. There is a scientific aspect to this as explained by the author in the post. He went ahead to proffer likely solutions to overcoming such fear. An educative read.

Vote weight: 10


2.@clinton19: The Mysteries Of Time - Part 1

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If you all look at it critically, everything in this life is just a collection of time, including we humans. With every passing minute, everything gradually approaches an end. Is not this just a mystery? The author discussed the mystery of time from the scientific point of view. If you are the type that loves mysteries, you are gonna be in love.

Vote weight: 30


3.@isiaqadeniyi: Local processing of oil palm

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Many people know palm oil when they see one but the same cannot be said of how the oil is processed. In this post, the author took us through a stepwise journey of palm oil processing - from the harvesting of the fruits to the collection of the oil itself.

Vote weight: 30


4.@noble-noah: Digital Addictions: Benefits and Consequences

The digital world, without any iota of doubt, has an immense benefit to mankind. Amidst the host of benefits, being addicted to this world also has its own downsides. The author discussed this subject in a comprehensive manner that is worth every minute of reading.

Vote weight: 30


5.@bhoa: What you need to know about cervical cancer (Contest inside)

A post that talks about the health of women. cervical cancer incidence has increased significantly among female folks in the last few years and this might be largely due to lack of education. In the post, the author wrote about the knowledge one needs to get in order to be on top of the situation so as not to fall into the hand of cervical cancer. Everyone should read this irrespective of their gender.

Vote weight: 30


6.@ebingo: ORGANELLES- GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY CONTINUATION

A post explaining the basic functions of the cell organelle, the animal cell to be precise. The author accompanied the post with illustrative images designed originally by him.

vote weight: 30


7.@stormz-y: CAPNOCYTOPHAGA INFECTION

This is a post on a zoonotic viral infection. Many of us keep dogs or cats as pets and these animals have microbial flora that can cause terrible infections to man if they ever get a chance of being transferred to him. Head over and give it a read to know more about this microbe.

Vote weight: 30


Top pick for the week


Our top pick for this week is the post by @isiaqadeniyi: Local processing of oil palm

The author not only took us through the process of getting palm oil from the palm fruit seeds but also went an extra length to ensure that it is accompanied by some original images.

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Many people know palm oil when they see one but the same cannot be said of how the oil is processed. In this post, the author took us through a stepwise journey of palm oil processing - from the harvesting of the fruits to the collection of the oil itself.

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Use copyright-free images
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