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2016 end of year report

2016 end of year report

2016 was our second year in operation so we built on activities after year 1 to ensure we are on track to better cater for the needs of the Ghana STEM community. Here’s what we got up to…
8 Lessons from the Ghana Neuroscience Symposium

8 Lessons from the Ghana Neuroscience Symposium

On the 5th – 6th of May, history was made as a collection of academics, clinicians, students and curious minds in Ghana gathered for the first time at the 1st ever Ghana Neuroscience Symposium. I…
Home Test Kits You Should Have In Your Medicine Cupboard

Home Test Kits You Should Have In Your Medicine Cupboard

first published in the Daily Graphic 13th October 2015 Long working hours, family commitments and social engagements sum up the weekly routine of today’s average individual. At the center of the hustle and bustle is…
Public Engagement with Science is making history

Public Engagement with Science is making history

It’s October and black history month is upon us once again. Whiles some may argue that why wait till October to celebrate the great people who paved the way for the African – Diaspora, I’m…
The Science of Addiction

The Science of Addiction

The diagram below shows a normal brain scan and that of an addict under four different conditions.  Notice any differences between the normal brains and addicted brains? I will come back to that, but for…