“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.
“GlaxoSmithKline has been trialling a new, long lasting injectable HIV drug against the currently available daily pill to prevent HIV infection in men. However, the tests have been so positive that the […]
Happy International Day of Families! This year’s Families Day is special. It is special because the ongoing pandemic (COVID-19) has forced us to spend more time with our families.
Have you ever thought about how to be a better person? A person who loves and cares for others, their community, the society and the world?
The World Health Organization (WHO) congratulates all nurses on International Nurses Day.
At this stage, people must look beyond politics because we might not be able to bear the collateral damage
I blame movies/series in part for creating unrealistic expectations of the scientific process. A disease outbreak in a movie is usually caused by a mad scientist in an obscure lab, plotting world […]
I extend to you my warmest compliments. Viruses can only multiply when they’re in another living thing. They are not cells like bacteria but are biological particles or entities made of core […]
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.