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GHScientific has announced its Science Festival named SciFest 2023. The event is scheduled to take place on May 13, 2023, from 9am to 4pm at the Museum of Science and Technology (MST) in Accra.
The festival is designed to provide a memorable experience by combining scientific inquiry, education, and entertainment suitable for all ages. It promises to be an exciting event that brings together science enthusiasts and the general public. Read more
A maiden science festival spearheaded by G.H.Scientific was last Saturday held at the Ghana Museum of Science and Technology (MST) in Accra to increase the knowledge of students, other patrons on the importance of creativity and innovation in science in nation building. Read more
Twelve journalists based in Kumasi and Accra have benefited from a two-day science journalism training for effective science communication. Read more
If you ever want to measure the extent of your capacity to create and innovate, love and appreciate, live and enjoy the full spectrum of life with all its extremes, can I suggest you take a trip to Ghana. A country rich in natural resources and benefitting from a recent explosion in the application of technological solutions despite being plagued with power outages. A country which declared soon after independence that science and technology was the answer to economic growth but was ranked 79th in a recent international study on the quality of science and maths education. A country full of visionaries who don’t mind playing against the odds.
It was on this backdrop that GhScientific was founded in 2014 to serve as a hub for all persons with an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Read more
Ghanaian youths who are exploiting various opportunities today to properly prepare themselves are the only youths who will actually become the leaders of tomorrow.
Making this assertion at Gbawe in Accra during the hand-over of a science laboratory refurbished and equipped by GH Scientific to the Gbawe Cluster of Schools. Read more
The prestigious Alumni Awards celebrate the achievements of UK alumni all over the world. Now in its fourth year, the award received more than 1,700 applications from international UK alumni in a record 123 countries, representing more than 140 UK higher education institutions across the UK. Read the inspirational stories of our finalists from Ghana including Dr. Thomas Tagoe of G.H.Scientific. Read more
Female students from selected Senior High Schools in Ashanti Region have attended a Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) camp in Kumasi. Read more
….Showing his support for the event, Dr. Thomas Amatey Tagoe, co-founder of GHscientific, said, “Good things happen when the scientific community engages with the public and this will be evidence of that. What’s more exciting is that we so many have gotten involved allowing us to take this all over the country because indeed STEM is for everyone.” Read more
Albert Nii Nortey Dowuona created a striking piece of art to commemorate the 2014 Ebola pandemic. His work “In Loving Memory” consists of small white crosses, each topped with a surgical glove and arranged in the shape of the Ebola virus. It’s currently on display at the Museum of Science and Technology in Accra, Ghana, as part of an exhibit that puts the spotlight on research in Ghana put together by G.H.Scientific. Read more
To enhance their future prospects, Ghanaian female high school students have been urged to explore career prospects in the brain related and neuroscience professions. Read more
Ghanaian immunologist and co-founder of G.H.Scientific, Dr. Hephzi Angela Tagoe has been awarded the prestigious science communication award by the Royal Society of Biology in the UK. Read more
G.H.Scientific has today announced the project, “Evolution of Science in Ghana (Past, Present, and Future)”, is a 30-month partnership project between scientists and artists. It is aimed at capturing how scientific and medical research has evolved between 1957 and 2017 and its impact on our society. Read more
The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has climaxed the African Science Week 2022 celebration by organising ‘the Art of Science Communication’ in partnership with G.H.Scientific at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Ghana (CSIR-STEPRI) Auditorium, Accra on Thursday, June 2, 2022. Read more
As the cofounder of G.H.Scientific, Hephzi’s strides in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) was recently recognized by Airtel Ghana’s Evolve with STEM initiative as a STEM Champion, amongst other great minds using their knowledge in the field of STEM to solve every day problems. Read more
When I first visited Pokuase, Ghana, seven years ago, my point of contact was a community-based microfinance NGO, Women’s Trust, which also had an education arm. It was through them that I connected to the schools with which we work to this day. I knew of no other organization that had a focus on science or technology education, except for…. Read more
All over the world, in the 58 years since Ghana’s independence, there has been a gradual shift in educational focus to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). These fields have resulted in……. The writer is the Winner of G.H.Scientific STEM writing competition. Read more
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