Nigerian, Yakubu Nura wins world physics competition

Nigerian, Yakubu Nura wins world physics competition

Dr. Yakubu Nura of the University of Maiduguri, has won the World Physics Competition by defeating about 5720 contenders from 97 countries. World Cham

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Dr. Yakubu Nura of the University of Maiduguri, has won the World Physics Competition by defeating about 5720 contenders from 97 countries. World Championship-2019 in Physics (Einstein’s planetary equation) acknowledged the outstanding international contributions and selected him “based on international meritorious competition.”

Dr. Nura’s research article was announced winner among 5721 nominations from 97 countries, screened for the World Championship-2019 in Physics (Einstein’s planetary equation). The award was instituted to identify brilliant scientists and academicians around the world through world championship. The World Championship is organized by the International Agency for Standards and Ratings at international level.

Nura, who hails from Yobe State, is now recognized as the father of modern Einstein’s planetary equation studies in Physics. A fellow, Directorate of Physics, IASR, Yakubu Nura plays a vital role in the advancement of scientific knowledge in Physics.