Advancing Tissue Engineering in Africa with Gifty Tetteh

One of the main goals of Tissue Engineering is to create artificial organs for patients that need organ transplants. Biomedical and tissue engineers are currently researching new methods of creating ...
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Reservoir Engineer, Otema Dzandu Thriving in Ghana’s Oil and Gas Sector

Ghana discovered commercial oil and gas in 2007 and eventually began production in the last few months of 2010. Concerning potential economic boost for the country, this discovery was good ...
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Unilever Ghana’s Process Manager, Christabel Ofori

Chemical engineers are absolutely necessary in the manufacturing processes of a variety of products women use every day, including food, cosmetics, clothing, electronic goods, and medicine. Hence, who better to ...
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Ghana’s First Female Amphibian Biologist

Meet Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi. She is Ghana’s First Female Amphibian Biologist. Sandra is Programmes Co-ordinator of Save The Frogs! Ghana - the leading amphibian research and conservation group in West Africa, and ...
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Samira Ali, One of Ghana’s Few Female ROV Pilot Technicians

Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) are robots used to conduct various undersea tasks in support of a wide range of industries including scientific research, and oil and gas exploration. These robots are ...
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Problem Solving & Innovation – Freda Yawson

In an article originally published by the Skoll World Forum, Dr. Mo Ibrahim, a Sudanese-British mobile communications entrepreneur – founder of Celtel, blamed the inability of Africans to solve their ...
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