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STEM News-27th Feb

February 27, 2016 Editor

Sperm grown in lab could allow infertile men to have children Sperm has been grown in the lab and used to create offspring for the first time in major scientific breakthrough which could signal the […]

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Public Engagement 101

February 23, 2016 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

“An old man sitting on a stool can see farther than a young man who has climbed a tree”. This is a saying that comes in various forms, all of which expresses the value of […]

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STEM News – 13th Feb

February 10, 2016 Editor

Gravitational waves seen for first time Gravitational waves, the booming echoes of massive objects moving all over the universe, have been detected for the first time by LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, which was […]

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New Creative Science Space Opens in Kumasi

February 2, 2016 Editor

Friday 5th February 2016 sees the launch of Ghana’s second Lab_13 in Kumasi, a space within a school dedicated to scientific education and practical-based learning, managed and run by students. The project is expanding after a successful […]

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Week In STEM-6th Feb

February 2, 2016 Editor

How to learn new skills twice as fast The key to learning a new motor skill – such as playing the piano or mastering a new sport – isn’t necessarily how many hours you spend practising, […]

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Impact of Public Engagement With Science

February 1, 2016 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

Earlier this year, GhScientific in collaboration with the GhanaThink foundation provided a snapshot of what science enthusiasts in the country look like at the first ever Science Barcamp. There were big-shots with inspiring thoughts and […]

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Week In STEM-30th Jan

February 1, 2016 Editor

Gene editing to repair a mutation that causes blindness Scientists in the US have used gene editing to repair a genetic mutation in cells that causes retinitis pigmentosa, one of the leading causes of blindness […]