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29th July Top 10 STEM News

July 28, 2016 Editor

Our editors pick of this weeks Top 10 STEM News: We are getting ready to build an elevator into space The idea of a space elevator to lift us into orbit is one of the oldest […]


Promoting STEM in Ghana

June 8, 2016 Editor

Promoting STEM in Ghana is integral to our continued development. Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) has been recognized worldwide as key to promoting innovation, creativity and problem solving. The first president of the country; […]


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 […]


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 […]

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Week In STEM-3rd Oct

October 4, 2015 Editor

Plastic-Eating Mealworms Could Help Reduce Landfill Waste Mealworms could be the natural trash-disposers we need to battle the scourge of plastic polluting our planet. The study, published in Environmental Science and Technology, is the first […]


What is the S.H.A.P.E Project All About?

August 5, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

GhScientific in collaboration with the Ghana Science Association and with support form the Wellcome Trust is running a 15 month project starting this September. The Shaping Healthy Attitudes & Protecting the Environment (SHAPE) project will […]

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Week In STEM-11th July

July 13, 2015 Editor

Japan vs USA In Robot Wars ​After a pair of American robot makers challenged their rivals in Japan to a mega duel involving their mechanical creations, the corresponding team in Japan has responded without hesitation: […]


Week In STEM – 4th July

July 5, 2015 Editor

Pinning down exact “Time of Death” Forensic researchers have developed a new method for establishing an exact time of death after as long as 10 days. The team from Austria’s University of Salzburg measured the breakdown […]

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