In Africa, more than 91 million people are estimated to fall sick and 137,000 are estimated to die from foodborne diseases annually
Without maximizing actions to combat climate change and its impacts, the global aim of enhancing human welfare looks far from being realized.
Ghana is one of the top agricultural-producing countries in Africa, but the issue of hunger is a very significant subject as far as Sustainable Development Goal 2 is concerned.
The application of forensic science in food fraud cases could minimize investigation time, improve efficiency, and provide robust, transparent and reliable scientific evidence to help answer legal questions.
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.
As part of achieving SDG 16 and strengthening justice systems in Ghana, there should be a massive improvement and investment in forensic science.
Parliamentarians of Ghana are celebrated on this day for their efforts in representing their people. The role of parliament has been more crucial in these trying times as we face the ongoing COVID19 pandemic.
At this stage, people must look beyond politics because we might not be able to bear the collateral damage
A reflection on the International Day of Women & Girls in Science by Regina Kwarteng, Doctoral Researcher in Medical Laboratory Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The IDWGS is celebrated annually on 11 February.
Ghana will go to the polls at the end of 2020 to elect the next President and Parliamentarians. As one of the common themes in the political debates, unemployment and wages will […]