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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.

India funds $2 mn greenhouse tomato production project in Ghana

India is funding a $ 2 million project for the greenhouse production of tomatoes in Ghana to increase yields and boost the agricultural sector, the Indian mission here has said.

Tax on imported poultry an exercise in futility - Research

A new report on the poultry industry in Ghana has shown that government’s action to promote the industry by slapping a 35percent tax on imported chicken through the ECOWAS Common External Tariff (C

Malnutrition Costs Ghana $2bn Annually

Ghana loses $2 billion annually due to the impact of child malnutrition, a new research has revealed.

Africa’s transition to low carbon energy critical - AfDB

Africa’s transition to a low carbon energy future is critical for global sustainability, especially for addressing climate change, Dr Timothy Afful-Koomson, Principal Green Growth Officer, African

Cape Coast University develops breast cancer detection device

The Department of Chemical Pathology of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has developed a breast cancer detection device for women in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Market women build capacities in financial literacy

Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister for Local Government and Rural Development has called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to enter into partnerships with private entities to r

Cassava farmers educated on optimal means of production

Dr Joe Manu-Aduening, Plant Breeder/Agronomist has advised cassava farmers to consult Agricultural Extension Agents (AEAs) and the Crop Research Institute (CRI) for the necessary information before

Greenhouse farming can improve Ghana’s tomato production - CSIR

The Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research says Ghana has the potential to become Africa’s leader in tomato production, if greenhouse farming is expanded.

New Research Proves ‘Prekese’ Could Cure Hypertension

Prekese fruits as known among the twi speaking people, has been identified as a powerful medicinal plant for curing blood pressure and chronic headaches, common medical conditions that trouble many

Telling the Ghanaian story through culture

Stakeholder institutions in the Arts and Culture industry have been urged to utilise the prolific and unique cultural troupes across the country to promote the Ghanaian cultural heritage.