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GhScientific is the Voice of Ghana’s Science Community – Hephzi Angela Tagoe

Over the past decades, economic corruption in Africa has led to the decline of government structures and resources for science education. Furthermore, we can argue that science education is based on curricula isolated from ...
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Linda Ansong, Ghanaian Techpreneur and Co-founder of Vestracker

Innovation and change in science and technology are significant factors in achieving progress in our daily lives. Women need to be included in this process because we have come to realize that, ...
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Meet Ghanaian Game Programmer, Rasheeda Yehuza

According to Forbes, "the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) released a new report about the state of the industry, one that covers many interesting angles from average salary to number of ...
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Not all Processed Foods are Unhealthy – Dr. Yaa Klu

According to the World Health Organization, the world is rapidly urbanizing with significant changes in our living standards, lifestyles, social behaviour, health and eating habits. “For the first time in ...
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Ghanaian Epidemiologist, Yvonne Nartey Talks Cervical Cancer

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “in almost all countries of the African Region, the population and care providers lack information on cervical cancer prevention and management methods. Health ...
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Raheal Boadi-Yeboah on Novel Drug Therapies from Medicinal Plants

Over the past years, there has been a growing acknowledgement of the significant role of herbal medicine in our health care systems, globally. Did you know herbal medicine has been ...
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Award-winning Pharmacist, Josephine Ataa Hinneh

Pharmacists all around the world are mainly responsible for dispensing drugs and medicines prescribed by health practitioners or physicians. Pharmacists therefore should have the medical know-how to be able to ...
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Food Scientist, Abena Opokua Foli, Talks Food Science and GMOs

According to UN Habitat, by 2030, more than 50% of Africans will live in cities. This means, food consumption in Africa will change considerably over the coming years. Urbanization and ...
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Anne Nutsuklo on Mobile Technology

The benefits of mobile technology in developed countries have been well acknowledged over the past few years. However, mobile technology could potentially have a much bigger impact on the lives ...
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Environmental Sanitation is a way of life – Professor Esi Awuah

Environmental sanitation affects every country’s health status, growth and development. It should be looked at and practiced as indispensable rather than being a luxury. In Ghana, so many people live ...
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