Crime scene analyst Matthew Steiner teaches the techniques forensics experts use to investigate bloodstain patterns, ranging from easy to difficult.
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For Cape Coast and the Central Region to take full advantage of the proposed airport, the government should involve the private sector, including airlines in the development and management of the airport.
Biotechnological options are prudent alternatives to improving the power crisis in Ghana, considering that the natural resources which are good sources of electrical power are produced in abundance in the country.
The recent exam malpractice in Ghana is a reflection of the society we are building. Cheat your way to university, through university and after university. But now, the brazen confidence with which […]
The International Day of the Tropics (29 June) celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the tropics while highlighting unique challenges and opportunities nations of the Tropics face.
“All peoples of the world possess equal faculties for attaining the highest level in intellectual, technical, social, economic, cultural and political development. The differences between the achievements of the different peoples are entirely attributable to geographical, historical, political, economic, social and cultural factors.”
The investigation of the infamous Brazilian criminal case dubbed the “Robbery of the Century” has been selected as the 2020 Forensic DNA Hit of the Year at the 6th Human Identification Solutions (HIDS) Conference.
CSIR confirms existence of apple tree at Atimatim-Taaboum – Graphic Online. “The Crop Research Institute (CRI) of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has confirmed the existence of an apple […]
“In Ghana, the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred people to adopt innovations in health care, from apps that help diagnose coronavirus symptoms to drones transporting blood samples. As confirmed infections continue to rise […]
COVID19 lockdown restrictions have disrupted university and secondary education in Ghana. According to Government, consultations are still ongoing to determine when it will be safe to reopen schools. In response to the education challenge, several universities and schools around the world have moved all face-to-face learning activities online.