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Improved cookstove introduced to students

The Technology Consultancy Centre (TCC) of the College of Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, has introduced its first biomass improved cookstove to students of Kumasi Secondary Technical

Mechanics in the Nsawam-Adoagyiri Municipality have been introduced to the use of diagnostic machines to detect faults on vehicles

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The formal signing to consolidate the partnership between the Government of Ghana, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Governments of China and Denmark on Renewable Energy Technology Transfer has been concluded

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Professor Paul Kingsley Buah-Bassuah, a fellow at Ghana Academy of Arts and Science (GAAS) and lecturer at Cape Coast University, has called for the establishment of scientific toys shops to enhance creativity among the youth

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The resilience of Ghana’s energy sector depends on the commitment of electricity consumers to energy conservation measures, the Energy Commission said

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Researchers at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture have commended the Director General of IITA, Dr Nteranya Sanginga for rejuvenating the weeds science programme

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MTN launches 2014 Internet Festival

MTN on Monday launched the fourth edition of MTN internet festival dubbed iFest to create awareness about the internet and usage of data services on the network

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Gil Technologies, a UK based Ghanaian IT Company, has introduced onto the Ghanaian market Nextbook8 tablet which has 8GB of internal memory and the option to expand via Micro SD slot to 64GB more

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Dr Felix Akpabey, an officer in-charge of the Northern Regional Water Research Institute (WRI) of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), at the weekend said about fifty-two per cent of urban vegetable growers in the Northern Region depended on polluted water due to scarcity

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The Fisheries Enforcement Unit (FEU) of the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development has expressed determination to enforce the fisheries management laws and regulations despite periodic attacks by some disgruntled fishermen in some coastal communities

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The indiscriminate cutting down of trees for charcoal burning is gradually reducing in Upper East Region, Mr Asher Nkegbe, Regional Director of Environmental Protection Agency, has disclosed

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The Friends of the Nation (FoN), a socio-environmental Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) on Friday called on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to publish its findings and implement solutions to forestall death of whales during this migration season which has started

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is to launch a Technology Development and Transfer (TDTC) a market oriented programme under the Component Two of the Ghana Skills and Technology Development project

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The United States-based International Cyanide Management Institute (ICMI) last Tuesday declared as “Certified”, the operations of AngloGold Ashanti’s Obuasi mine

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A study has urged governments to ensure strategic deployment and equipping Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Public Access Venues, to guarantee that people living in depraved areas of the world participation in the digital revolution

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The Rev Dr Hans Adu Dapaah, Director of the Crops Research Institute (CRI), has urged parliament to speed up the passage of the Plant Breeders’ Bill

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