Author: Appiah Poku Yankyera (Health Psychology, MSc.) Founder, Life Developers Movement, Ghana. Literally, to help means to make it easier or possible for others to do something that they cannot do alone by providing […]
This short article will briefly discuss the importance of publishing your research work as a graduate and also provide a simple but detailed checklist/guide on how to write and publish your research work.
Pesticides are chemicals used by farmers to kill insects and organisms that destroy cultivated plants or reared animals. The use of pesticides by cocoa farmers in Ghana has increased over the years. […]
Engagement of the Ghanaian public about progress in science and medical research is highly limited. Currently there are limited effective dedicated platforms to communicate science and medical research findings to the general […]
A lack of investment in science is stunting Africa’s growth, driving engineers, researchers and scientists abroad and depriving the continent of billions of dollars each year, the founder of a landmark conference […]
Neuroscience deals with the study of the structure and functions of the nervous system and its disorders. The brain, which is part of the nervous system, regulates many activities such as reasoning, […]
Screening of blood donors for syphilis is often carried out with non-specific tests that can give high false positive results. In some cases, syphilis test is not carried out on blood donors, […]
The control of drugs of abuse has become a bottleneck across the entire globe. This stems from the problems associated with the production of these drugs, their trafficking and then to the final consumption which produces its end effect on the user.
Every year the KNUST Science Students’ Association (SCISA) organizes a Mini-Trade and Technology (TRATECH) Fair to allow students of the College of Science to showcase their work and innovations. The 2016 edition […]
About six years have passed since Ghana initiated the test-before-treatment (TBT) guidelines for malaria. Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) have been used for testing malaria at most healthcare centres due to limited resources […]