We are an international team of professionals and researchers passionate about sharing critical, new and valuable ideas. Scientect.org is our scholarly blog website. The collaborative blog is dedicated to short reviews of selected topics, research commentaries, expert opinions, interviews, research reports, news, events and activity reports.
Our first website (Scientect.com) was launched in February 2016 in response to the limited dedicated platforms to communicate science and research findings to the general public in Ghana. The Scientect Initiative has since evolved into a community of young scholars and professionals around the world, expanding our focus and scope to all academic disciplines and professional fields. Scientect’s ultimate mission is to serve as a voice of scholars and professionals.
Our websites reach out to over 40,000 people globally. We publish articles in all fields and academic disciplines including science and innovation, educative articles and opinions about the application of research. We also report events and activities that contribute new knowledge and inform the public.
The scholarly blog is updated by the Scientect Editorial Team (SET), with input from experts across all academic disciplines and professional fields.
A. Amankwaa, Blog Editor and Contributor (Forensic science and biochemistry): Aaron is a Forensic Science Researcher at Northumbria University, UK. He is an Associate Member of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences (CSFS). He holds a BSc in Biochemistry from KNUST, Ghana, an MSc in Forensic Science from the University of Strathclyde, UK (funded by the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship) and Law PhD in Forensic DNA databases from Northumbria University.
R. Muganti, Editorial Contributor and Science Writer (Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences): Muganti is currently a doctoral researcher in Neuroscience at University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia. She holds an MSc in Biotechnology from Northumbria University, UK and a BSc (Hons) in Biotechnology from the Management Development Institute of Singapore, Singapore. Her current research focuses on the influences of the gut microbiome in neuroprotection, especially on Alzheimer´s disease.
M. Ampiah, Science Writer (Volunteer): Millicenta is currently a teaching and research assistant/ graduate intern at the West African Centre for Cell Biology and Infectious Pathogens, Department of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Ghana. She is currently researching in the field of breast cancer genetics in Ghana. She completed her undergraduate studies in Biochemistry at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.
B. Afranie, Science Writer (Volunteer): Bright is currently a research and teaching assistant at the Molecular Medicine Dept, School of Medical Sciences, KNUST. He is the deputy organizing secretary for Marie’s Cancer Foundation, Ghana.
F. Amoako, Science Writer (Volunteer): Francis is currently a Service Personnel at Crop Research Institute – CSIR, where he is working as a molecular laboratory assistant and a member of an ISO team. He read Agricultural Biotechnology as his undergraduate programme. Francis is a former member of the Association of Agricultural Biotechnology students (AABs) editorial team -2015/2016.
E. Nsiah Amoako, Co-Editor of E-MAG: Emmanuel is a research scientist interested in using science to solve crimes. He holds an MSc in Forensic science from the University of Strathclyde, UK; BSc Biochemistry from KNUST, Ghana and a Certificate of Achievement in Crime, Justice and Society (online course) from the University of Sheffield, UK. He is currently pursuing a PhD on the regulation of forensic science at Northumbria University, UK and hopes to be a practitioner and a lecturer in forensic science.
I. Boadu, Co-Editor of E-MAG: Isaac is currently pursuing MSc. in Parasitology and Public Health, University of Nigeria. He holds MPhil. in Human Nutrition from the University of Ghana and BSc. in Biochemistry from KNUST, Ghana. His research focus on maternal and child health, infectious diseases and climate-health impact.