Two students from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have challenged Government and other policy makers to use science and technology to address Ghana’s sanitation problems.
In the face of rapid digitization in all disciplines, we need more than just academic qualification to compete favourably out there. Today’s competitive world is looking for passionate problem solvers. People who can tackle problems with confidence and find effective and efficient solution to them.
Ghana has successfully launched its first satellite into space.
GhanaSat-1, which was developed by students at All Nations University in Koforidua, was sent into orbit from the International Space Centre.
Ghana on Wednesday recorded a major headway in its Nuclear Power agenda, when it received the official report of the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) Mission through an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) delegation.
Countries have a duty to strengthen legislation that prevents and controls exposure to toxic air pollution, UN human rights experts have urged.
The appeal for better regulation comes from the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and hazardous substances and wastes, Baskut Tuncak, together with his fellow UN experts.
The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation is to set up a Business Development Centre within the Ministry to coordinate research activities of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, CSIR.
The Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has met with key stakeholders on a digital Property Addressing System for Ghana on Monday February 6, 2017.
The meeting was attended by the Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Hajia Alima Mahama, representatives of Ghana Police, ECG, Lands Commission, National Information Technology Agency (NITA), and Ghana Post.
With the emergence of social media, we are simply bombarded with lots of social channels from all directions that do not add value to us or promote positive values.