Watch Sacha Jafri's world-record 21,000 square feet art for humanity project
Sacha Jafri, a British artist, has taken over the ballroom of a luxury hotel in Dubai to produce the largest painting ever created on canvas. The 1,980-square-meter (over 21,000 square feet) artwork will be cut into separate panels, which the painter is auctioning off in the hope of raising $30 million for charity.
Police debunk falsehood of Enugu River turning into blood, NPA expects 27 ships with petroleum products, food items
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Nigeria's growing animation industry
With Dawn of Thunder set for release in 2020, Nigeria could get its first animated feature highlighting the growth in the country's animation industry. Funding and manpower are major challenges but animation studios continue to produce animated projects despite different disappointments.
Stronger than steel: Synthetic spider silk is real
There's a reason Spider-Man is a superhero; the creatures that served as inspiration produce a super material. The silk they make is unique in how strong and stretchy it is and has intrigued scientists for years. Replicating it could have huge implications for the products we will use in the future.
Here's how to properly wash your produce
The proper produce-washing protocol can be a highly contentious issue. So what's the right way to wash your fruits and veggies? Always wash your hands first to avoid the spread of microbes onto the produce. Use running water to remove dirt from the surface of the produce. A vegetable brush is a useful tool for scrubbing anything with a hard peel or skin. Baking soda will help wash away any pesticide residue. Experts advise against using produce wash, because it may not be safe for consumption.