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Minister commissions ITC centre for Pantang-Village

Minister commissions ITC centre for Pantang-Village

Dr Edward Omane Boamah, the Minister of Communications, on Monday commissioned a Community ICT Centre for residents of the Pantang-Village

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Internet is free from control in Ghana – Minister

Internet is free from control in Ghana – Minister

The internet is free from control in Ghana as government is respecting all principles governing the operation of the internet and it is supporting the “Internet Communities to actively participate in discussion relating to the “security” of the internet

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Ghana to undertake soil research to improve agriculture

The Soil Research Institute (SRI) of the Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), is collaborating with the Columbia Global Centres (CGC), to develop soil suitability data that would help improve agricultural productivity in Ghana

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Pong-Tamale farmers embrace new fertiliser technology

Smallholder farmers at Pong Tamale in the Savelugu/Nanton Municipality of the Northern Region have embraced a new fertilizer application technology, which aids them to save cost and enhance their yields

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Ghana extractive industry safety conference opens in Takoradi

The Ghana Extractive Industry Conference (GEISC) has opened in Takoradi to engage policy makers and businesses in the extractive industry in advocating and eventual promulgation of appropriate health and safety laws in the country

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Timber producing communities schooled on FLEGT/VPA

Mrs. Doreen Asumang-Yeboah, the Coordinator of the National Forestry Forum-Ghana, has tasked stakeholders to be responsive to their duties for the successful implementation of the Ghana-European Union (EU) Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA)

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African countries urged to develop new technologies

New findings by researchers at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has warned African countries to avoid blindly adopting food policy initiatives that spurred the Green Revolution in Asia as a way to promote agricultural development

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National Biosafety Authority board inaugurated

A 13-member board of directors to steer the affairs of the National Biosafety Authority has been inaugurated by the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation. The National Biosafety Authority was the proposed body mandated by the Biosafety Act 2011 (Act 831), to oversee the regulation of biotechnology in Ghana and it would have the […]

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Nana Taylor group wins MTN APPS challenge version 2.0

Nana Taylor group wins MTN APPS challenge version 2.0

MTN Ghana has adjudged Nana Ekow Taylor, with Elvis Agah, and Henk Oppong, as the ultimate winner of the MTN APPS Challenge version 2.0 Competition in Accra

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Make scientific research attractive to younger generation- Dean

Professor Isabella Quakyi, Dean, School of Public Health, University of Ghana, said the younger generation needed to be mentored to make scientific research attractive to them

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Takoradi Polytechnic commended for scientific innovations

The Executive Director of the Ghana National Museums and Monument Board (NMMB), Dr. Zagba Narh Oyortey, has commended Takoradi Polytechnic for its indigenous technological inventions to help solve local economic problems

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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”

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Ghana given green-light to go nuclear

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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Peasant farmers support development of science and technology

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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Scientist says dead whales not as a result of oil drilling

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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University of Ghana launches Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer

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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