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Sikkim Manipal University holds technology workshsop

The Information Technology (IT) Department of Sikkim Manipal University Learning Centre (SMU Ghana) has organized a workshop on “IEEE Circuits and Systems Society – Adaptive Filter Theory”

Ghana given green-light to go nuclear

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has given Ghana the green light to produce electricity from atomic energy. This comes almost five decades after the country opened negotiations with the international body on the matter

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The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) says they are in full support of science and technology for the development of the agricultural sector

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Marine environmental experts, Acorn International, has said 20 dead whales that were washed ashore along the coast of the Western Region was not as a result of oil drilling activities on the Jubilee Field

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The University of Ghana on Wednesday launched a $1.5 million Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer to facilitate the delivery of quality research in its chemistry department

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The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has re-affirm its commitment to ensure that Ghanaians are protected from consuming fake or sub-standard products whether manufactured locally or imported

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Substantial grain yield has been recorded by small holder farmers who adopted the Zai farming method n the Upper East Region

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Professor Peter Kwapong, an Entomologist at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), has advised Ghanaians to change their attitude towards the environment, to conserve biodiversity for national food security

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Mr Edward Sarpong, Deputy Minister of Communications, has paid a working visit to the Head Office of Vodafone in Accra to familiarize himself with its operations

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Professor Peter Kwapong, an Entomologist at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), has advised Ghanaians to change their attitude towards the environment, to conserve biodiversity to facilitate national food security

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The Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV) at the weekend trained some artisans on how to build identified improved cookstoves as means of flooding the market with the stoves to encourage their use

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Bad Lifestyles have been identified as one of the major causes of many illnesses among the Ghanaian populace

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Mr Sabra Asante, a member of the Linux Accra User Group, Ghana, (LAUG), has said adequate support should be given to software developers for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to thrive and improve the nation’s fortunes

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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

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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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