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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…
How the over production of skin cells leads to a lifetime of scrubbing

How the over production of skin cells leads to a lifetime of scrubbing

Mary and Dela were excited about welcoming their first baby. But first they had to get through nine months of first time experiences. The first sound of the heartbeat, the first scan, that first kick…
Why Blood Is Not Always Red

Why Blood Is Not Always Red

Imagine if you cut yourself and saw purple blood gush out of your skin. Now that’ll be the start of an alien invasion or another sign of the end times. If you’re lucky to have…
Black History Month Day 31: You and I

Black History Month Day 31: You and I

WOW! Its October 31st and time for the final entry in our Black History Month series. When we decided to set up GhScientific, our motivation was simply to contribute to the promotion of STEM in…
Black History Month Day 30: Practical Education Network

Black History Month Day 30: Practical Education Network

Our Black History Month series is drawing to a close. It’s our penultimate entry and today we celebrate an organisation that’s tackling the lack of practical science education in our schools by addressing those in…
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