April 21, 2018


March 29, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

They say big things have small beginnings, and this truth can be seen in all of nature, everyday life, sometimes in the business world and also in the movie Prometheus. Well allow me to introduce […]


Life As A Material Scientist

March 29, 2015 Eric Asare

I recently attended one of the post graduate socialising events for PhD students in my university and had an interesting debate/conversation with a medical student. We started talking about ebola and when I stressed the […]


Measuring The Immeasurable

March 29, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

I had never been a fun of non-fictional books but as the years went by I found myself picking up more books that fall under this category and finding them an enjoyable read. Most of […]


Mental Health And You

March 29, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

First published on graphiconline.com Scenario One: They wear tattered clothes and walk barefooted. They have disorganized speech, erratically switching topics. They seem to see, hear and feel things that are not present. They may even […]


Cyber Security 101

March 25, 2015 Eyram Dickson

The Internet has an estimated population of 7,182,406,565 with Africa making 9.8% of the total population. Online security has become a paramount concern for many Internet users following a recent spike in various forms of […]


How to Win a Nobel Prize

March 25, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

As far as awards go it doesn’t get more prestigious than winning a Nobel prize and between the 6-13th October, a new round of Nobel laureates will be announced. Ever since its inception in 1895 […]


Where Are Ghana’s Science Bloggers ?

March 25, 2015 Hephzi Angela

With the exposure of the internet, penetration of mobile technology and proliferation of social media came the beginning of blogging. Paperbacks, newspapers and print appeared to be under threat as sites like wordpress and blogger […]

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