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Week In STEM-7 Nov

November 9, 2015 Editor

SUPER GLASS MATERIAL  ALMOST AS STRONG AS STEEL To make super-strong glass, the researchers have long set their sights on alumina, an oxidized version of aluminum that happens to possess some of the strongest chemical […]

Black History Month 2015

Black History Month Day 31: You and I

October 31, 2015 Hephzi Angela

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 […]

International Science News

Week In STEM-31st Oct

October 29, 2015 Editor

New battery developed in Cambridge ‘world’s most efficient’ Scientists in Cambridge have created the world’s most energy efficient battery. The breakthrough, from the University of Cambridge, could speed up the development of batteries that could […]

Black History Month 2015

Black History Month Day 28: Novan

October 28, 2015 Hephzi Angela

We’re on to day 28 of our Black History Month series and today we celebrate Novan. Novan is an organisation that provides educational and training programs designed to supplement the educational content provided to students, […]

Black History Month 2015

Black History Month Day 26: IT4Teens

October 26, 2015 Hephzi Angela

On day 26 of our Black history month celebrations, we celebrate IT4Teens. IT4Teens is an organisation launched in 2014 to provide free ICT training to children and young people. They partner with local schools to […]

Black History Month 2015

Black History Month Day 25: MEST

October 26, 2015 Hephzi Angela

It’s day 25 of Black History Month and today we celebrate the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST). MEST has been on the technology scene in Ghana since 2008 and have since birthed a number […]

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