Today marks the International Women’s Day (IWD). We were privileged to interview two young Ghanaian women working in science to share briefly their experience and offer some advice and inspiration to young […]
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FSN Seminar Series: session on forensic evidence packaging and labeling, and presentation of evidence in court organized at KNUST
The admissibility of forensic evidence depends on several legal requirements including the maintenance of the chain of custody or continuity of the evidence and the integrity of the evidence in the state as […]
Students from developing countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the UK can apply for Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for Master’s study, jointly supported by UK universities. Purpose: To contribute […]
Applications are invited from qualified candidates for the above mentioned awards which are tenable in Universities and institutions of higher learning in United Kingdom. The awards are intended for Ghanaian men and […]
Caffeine is an alkaloid which occurs naturally in about sixty different plant species.  The most common of these include cocoa beans, kola nuts, some tea leaves and coffee beans.  Also, […]
Inguinal hernia occurs when fatty tissue or the intestines push through the inguinal canal found at the base of the abdomen . This condition causes bulges around the groin area that can […]
Diabetes is a chronic disease in which a person has high levels of blood glucose due to impairment of insulin (a hormone) production or response. When we take in food, it is […]
although genetics play a role in intelligence, the environment contributes significantly to a person’s intelligence… continuous learning and education improves the brain and makes one intelligent… there is no limit to the […]
Interview with Ahmed Fuseini, Co-Founder of DRE-AM Ghana and Biomedical Scientist at Health First Medical Services, Bolgatanga.
“Our seminars are helping people understand the dangers of hepatitis B and why it is important to go for a test and receive vaccination against the disease.” Ahmed Fuseini, DRE-AM Ghana. On […]
On 4th June, 2016, the Ghana Health Service reported four confirmed cases of yellow fever in the country: three cases in Brong-Ahafo region and one case in Volta region. A press release […]