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Ghana ranked among top NIS countries in West Africa
Ghana has one of the most established National Innovative Systems (NIS) for Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in the West African sub-region a report launched here on Tuesday said.
Government urged to invest more in research
The Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Prof.
BUILDING STRONGER UNIVERSITIES II (BSU II) PROJECT HOLDS SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
The Building Stronger Universities II (BSU II) Project in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi has held a Scientific Conference on the theme: Maximising Stakeholders Involveme
Reward lecturers for innovations, not academic papers – Prof Duodu
An Associate Professor at the University of Ghana Medical School, Professor Alex Duodu, has urged the government to consider rewarding lecturers based on innovation and not academic papers.
Govt to allocate more funds for research
The government is to allocate more funds for research institutions in the country, to enable them function effectively, the Minister of Environment Science Technology and Innovation, Professor Frem
Smallholder farmers’ empowerment programme launched
Ghana Learning Alliance (GH-NLA), a project aimed at promoting smallholder agricultural value chain actors, particularly women and youth has been launched in Accra.“The GH-NLA would facilitate Sust
R N G Research Lab to begin production
Dr. Nyarkotey leads R N G Medicine Research Lab- Set to Start Operation .
Ministry to set up business development unit for CSIR
The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) is to set up a business development unit to help highlight various technology and innovations of the Council for Scientific a
Stop poisoning ‘koobi’ – Prof Frimpong-Boateng urges fish mongers
Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation has asked traders to stop using formalin to preserve food items since it was dangerous to human healt
New legal powers could send British scientists into space for medical research
New legal powers outlined Monday will send British scientists into space to conduct zero-gravity medical experiments.