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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 accreditation challenges in transnational educational ecology: The Ghanaian experience

Dear Honorable Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh: 

Re: The Accreditation Challenges in Transnational Educational Ecology: The Ghanaian Experience 

Can stem cell science offer a solution for the rising cancer deaths in Africa?

Non communicable diseases (NCDs) in Africa are predicted to overtake communicable, maternal and perinatal diseases as the leading cause of death by 2030.

Vice Chancellor of UDS calls for certification of Ghana’s fruits and vegetables

Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye, Vice Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS), has appealed to research scientists to adopt ways of certifying Ghana’s fruits and vegetables so that t

Centre For CSR Contributes To Cambridge University’s CSR Research

The Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), West Africa, one of the subregion’s leading sustainability and corporate social responsibility events and advocacy organisations has co

IEA assesses level of women’s participation in dev't

The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has conducted a study in the three regions of the north (Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions), to assess the level of women’s participation in econom

Chocothon Seeks to Save Cocoa Production in Ghana

According to research at the University of Reading, cocoa contributes between 70 to 100 percent of Ghanaian farmers’ annua

Wastewater solutions eyed for Ghana agriculture

Ghana's water supply is devastatingly vulnerable to the point where, one Western researcher believes, the country's 25 million people could soon be at risk – "an alarming thing we should all be con

KNUST Makes Progress To develop Bio-Based Power System

wame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has launched a project to develop a simple, efficient and sustainable electricity generation technology for use in rural and urban

Humanitarian Paul Farmer discusses global health equity

The formula for global health equity, according to longtime champion Dr. Paul Farmer, is a combination of research, training and delivery of care.

Focus: Big data for infectious disease surveillance, modeling

Big data derived from electronic health records, social media, the internet and other digital sources have the potential to provide more timely and detailed information on infectious disease threat