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Government urged to invest in science and technology

Professor William Baa-Boateng, Head of Department of Economics at the University of Ghana, has called on government to invest in science and technology for...

AfDB and African Mathematical Institute come together for Science and Technology

The African Development Bank signed a Letter of Intent with the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences aimed at finding opportunities for potential partnership between...

Ghana to boost its socio-economic growth using technology

Prof. Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, Minister of Environment, Science and Technology, says the country would make remarkable steps in socio-economic growth, if science was recognised as...
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Ghana needs bullet trains to facilitate movement – Inventor

Dr Thomas Mensah an American inventor has called on government to develop bullet trains in Ghana to facilitate the movements of goods and services...

Leaders reminded to show concern for development

Former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister, Andy Osei Okrah, has reminded leaders at all levels, to show genuine concern for the development and general good...

PIPS investigate alleged savage beating of KNUST students

The Police Intelligence and Professional Standards Department (PIPS) has begun investigation into alleged savage beating of some students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of...

Technical universities reminded to resolve outstanding transitional issues

Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education, has reminded all technical universities of the need to resolve all the outstanding transitional issues to...
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Stakeholders Call for sustainable production of charcoal

Charcoal production and usage is said to form the bulk of Ghana’s energy supply and consumption with the product contributing more than 60 per...
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Regent University funds NHIS registration for children

The Regent University of Science and Technology has funded the registration of more than 100 children and older persons above 70 years onto the...
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KNUST Initiate Steps To Admit Females Into Engineering Programs

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has taken deliberate steps to woo more females to pursue programmes in engineering. These involve cutting...
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Post Harvest Losses Crippling Ghana’s Economy

Ghana loses about 318,514 tonnes of maize annually to post-harvest losses according to a 2016 study by Dr Bruno Tran, an expert in post-harvest...
Tianzhou-1 de-orbited and entered the atmosphere again after receiving instructions from the ground following the completion of the space lab mission and follow-up tests on September 22, 2017. (Photo by China Academy of Space Technology)

KTU Calls For Aggressive Promotion Of Science And Technology

The Koforidua Technical University (KTU) has held a ceremony to officially admit 3,476 fresh students with a call for a more aggressive push towards...

IAAF Rules Not Helping University Games

Professor Victor Amoako Temeng, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa has urged the Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) to...

PACN Aims At Enhancing Food Safety

The Pan Africa Chemistry Network (PACN) Congress 2017 opened in Accra with a call on Agriculturists and Chemists to find a better way of...

Odebrecht Engineering Wins CSR Engineering Company Of The Year

Odebrecht Engineering and Construction International, a global organization and a very socially-responsible corporate citizen, has won the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Engineering Company of...
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KNUST Established Laboratory To Aid In Agro-Processing

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has established a ‘mycotoxins’ laboratory – a major step to aid the development of a...
Visitors interact with intelligent robots during "The Computing Conference 2017" in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province on October 11, 2017. (Photo by People’s Daily Online)

China Fast Tracks Its Plans on Innovation

China is hastening its march towards an innovation-driven country, with a recent report placing it 17th out of 40 major countries on the innovation...
Jing Haipeng (center), the astronaut who has been on three Chinese space missions and a delegate at the 19th National Congress of the CPC, meets the press at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on October 18. (Photo: China Military website)

Experts Predict China Could Become ‘World Space Power’

China will become a world space power by 2045 in an all-round way, catching up with the US in some key aerospace projects, a...

Professor Kicks Against Gov’t Decision To Take IGF From Public Universities

Professor Stephen Adei, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Ashesi University College, has cautioned government against taking the Internally Generated Funds (IGF) from public universities. He...

Man Jailed 15 Years For Stealing Mobile Phone

An Accra Circuit Court Thursday handed a 15 year jail sentence to one Kwame Asong, for robbing two persons of their three mobile phones,...

The Ambition Of Securing Jobs

Most graduates in Ghana these days want to secure gainful employment just after their national service. Some of them think that just dispatching their CVs...

Health Professionals Urged To Focus On Patient Safety

Mr. Isaac Adupong, Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH) has reminded health professionals that selling of expired or almost...
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Artisans At Suame Magazine Prone To Serious Health Hazards

A study conducted by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) shows that artisans at the Suame Magazine in Kumasi - reputed...

Government To Ban Importation Of Mercury Related Products

Government will in 2020 ban the production, importation and exportation of products containing mercury, Madam Salamatu Abdul-Salam, Chief Director at the Ministry of Environment,...

KNUST Alumnae Support Hour of Grace Children’s Home

The Eastern Regional branch of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) alumnae, has donated assorted items, costing over GHȼ4,000.00 in support...
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Herbal Practitioners Urged To Document Skills

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR)-Technical Development and Transfer Centre, has organised a training programme on the Ghana Herbal Pharmacopoeia (GHP), for...
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Africa Can Combat Climate Change Through Science And Technology

There is no doubt that changes in the earth's climate always occurs, however as a result of human induced activities over the years, the...

NaWabin Project “is a major game changer”- Science Minister

The Minister for Environment, Science and Technology, Hon. Mahama Ayariga has described the innovative step employed by Subah Info-solutions in tackling waste and flit...

MIST to become operational this September

Mr Muhammad Husaini Bagnya, the Head of Communications and External Affairs of the MIST, said the institute, affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of...

Help Bridge The Gender Gap In Technology – Joyce Aryee

This, she said, was vital to boost the nation’s human resources – innovative and creative people, capable of providing solutions to its development challenges. Dr....