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Abigail Osei-Asamoah on transportation in Africa
Rapid population growth and regional dynamics are key factors in the intensifying pressure on transportation systems in Africa. Ghanaian Transportation Engineer ...
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Betty Enyonam Kumahor on building technology and businesses in Africa
Africa’s technological advancement and innovation over the past years may not attract significant global attention for many reasons. However, when ...
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Selina Naana Egyir on natural resource management in Africa
Africa as a whole has vast natural resources, and if well managed, can be a major force in global affairs. But ...
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Selasi Dankwa on fighting Malaria in the lab
Till today, Malaria still represents a major health burden, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. Efforts to put an end to Malaria have been ...
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Kuukuwa Manful on STEM and social architecture
Though not your "typical" STEM field, architecture intriguingly combines all aspects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, with art and design ...
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Hephzi Angela Tagoe on GhScientific as the voice of Ghana’s science community
Over the past decades, economic corruption in Africa has led to the decline of government structures and resources for science education. Furthermore, we can ...
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