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Again, Daily Trust’s  Garba Mohammed Wins foreign Grant

Hussaini Garba Mohammed, a staff member of Media Trust Group, publishers of Daily Trust Newspapers and owners of Trust TV/radio, has been awarded a travel…

Hussaini Garba Mohammed, a staff member of Media Trust Group, publishers of Daily Trust Newspapers and owners of Trust TV/radio, has been awarded a travel grant to participate in the 11th Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF) conference in Germany.

Mohammed had previously won the travel grant twice.

The 2024 conference, billed to hold from September 22 to 27, 2024, would bring together some of the brightest minds in mathematics and computer science for an unrestrained, interdisciplinary exchange.

The selected participants will be explored through lectures and panel discussions.

It is also a compelling networking event that combines scientific, social, and outreach activities in a unique atmosphere, sustained by comprehensive exchange and scientific inspiration.

Mohammed, an alumnus of Harbinger News, participated in the Harbinger Media 3-Day extensive training, held in December 2023.

Speaking about his latest achievement, he said: “This is not the first time I have won this travel grant, it is now my third time, and I believe that the reason I was shortlisted is because I stand to be the HLF Nigerian Ambassador, who advocates for mathematics and computer science as a course.

“I wrote different articles about mathematics, computer and natural science which encourage many Nigerians and African students to have interest in pursuing mathematics or computer science, because the majority of our students in Africa see the study of mathematics or computer science as only leading to teaching in a class.”

On his advice to upcoming science journalists, he said: “They should read science articles, journals and participate in different science related forums. Join a professional group. Report on scientific findings at conferences or symposiums. Take responsibility for covering breaking news about current events in the field of science and how those discoveries could impact society.”

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