April 23, 2018

STEM Sessions at Seaside International

April 19, 2016 Editor

A gallery full of images from our fortnightly STEM activities which take place at Seaside International school. If you would like to host similar activities at your institution or have your children participate, send an […]


The SHAPE Project

April 19, 2016 Editor

Ghana represents a developing African country faced by a multitude of challenges related to health and environment. With an emerging and strong scientific community, the need to engage the public and contribute towards opinions and […]


Job Opportunity: Engineers Wanted

April 19, 2016 Editor

A resource center headquartered in Accra and with activities across Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone is seeking to fill the following vacancies: A civil engineer with strong experience in design and construction of rural infrastructure […]


The Science Book Tour

March 31, 2016 Editor

The Science book tour will be getting science themed books into primary schools to buils up their interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). The project will be piloted in three schools. Watch the […]


What does human flesh tastes like?

March 23, 2016 Editor

As part of a series of science videos, journalist Greg Foot gets a biopsy of his thigh to figure out what human flesh tastes like. He actually doesn’t eat his own flesh (because it is […]



March 17, 2016 Harry Akligoh

Why the GEM Project? While in basic school, I had few females in my class who were getting very good grades in Science and Mathematics. Again, while transitioning into Senior High School (SHS), I noticed […]

Science News in Ghana

Call for Improved Science Education

March 8, 2016 Editor

Ghana as a developing country must incorporate science, technology, and innovation into its economic and development strategies so as to accelerate its progress. “There is no doubt that science education is central to the lives […]

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