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US oil major, ConocoPhillips yesterday announced a contribution of $1 million to the University of Houston’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM). ConocoPhillips’ aid aims at fulfilling the rising demand for data science education. The contribution will be used to fund new faculty positions in the computer science and mathematics departments in the University, including the fellowships for graduate students with strong data science skills.
State-owned E&P major, ONGC yesterday informed the provision of "intelligent artificial limbs" to 42 differently-abled individuals in Assam, India. An official release from the company read, "Under the CSR project, 42 divyangs (differently abled) of Sivasagar and Charaideo districts who have lost their limbs will be fitted with superior quality intelligent artificial limbs". ONGC stated that the artificial limbs with built-in smart robotics are agile, strong and light weight.
Keeping in mind the impact of industry’s emissions on the environment, energy major, Shell informed that it has planned to keep the emissions below 0.2% by 2025. The energy giant has been involved in many initiatives related to the emissions intensity reduction. Currently, the company is deploying new technologies like infrared cameras to scan methane emissions. These programs will reduce the emissions throughout the supply chain.
In an attempt to spread its social investments across Nigeria and to promote the study of science subjects among secondary school students, Shell’s Nigerian subsidiary, SNEPCo has donated four ultra-modern science labs to Erku Secondary Commercial School in Kwara State. The State Commissioner for Education and Human Capital of Kwara state has made an appeal to the parents and teachers to encourage the students to learn science and technologies.