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KNUST Staff trained in Research Grant Proposal Development

The Office of Grants and Research (OGR) organises workshop on Research Grant Proposal Development.


The Intellectual Property Unit of KNUST's Office of Grants and Research organised a workshop on the Role and Benefit of Intellectual Property Rights in Academic Research.

Migration of Sponsored Projects onto the ReMIS and GAMS

The Office of Grants and Research wishes to bring to the notice of all Researchers/Principal Investigators (PIs)/Project Coordinators, the complete migration of all sponsored proje

4th KNUST Research Fund (KFeF) Awarded

A ceremony has been organised for the Award winners of  the 4th KNUST Research Fund (KFeF). Twenty-three out of 45 applicants received the awards.

KNUST making prosthetic limbs from local materials

Acquiring prosthetic limbs after amputation can be very expensive, especially, for the disabled poor.

Poor sleep associated with higher risk of chronic pain

People who sleep poorly may be more likely to develop a chronic pain condition and have worse physical health, a study from the UK suggests.

Ghana can produce 30 million metric tons of cassava – CRI

Ghana’s cassava production level could hit 30 million metric tons a year through the adoption of best farming practices by farmers, Professor Joe Manu Agyei of the Crop Research Institute (CRI), ha

Ghanaians urged to patronise clean cooking technology

Mrs Sarah Naa Dedei Agbey, the Chairperson, Ghana Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and Fuels (GHACCO) has urged Ghanaians to adopt improved cookstoves to help cut smoke emissions and environmental pol

First Lady to facilitate the building of cancer treatment center in Ghana

Accra, Sept 20, GNA -The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo has pledged to mobilise resources to build a cancer treatment centre in Ghana to help cater for cancers among women and children.

Educational Institutions Fail To Take Advantage Of Copyright

Mr George Dame, Deputy Attorney General, says educational and research institutions in Ghana have failed to take advantage of copyright laws to patent their intellectual properties.

Inadequate information hindering sexual and reproductive health in schools

Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) programmes in Ghana are not providing the full range of information adolescents need, a recent study shows.