Ghana Science and Technology News
Ghanaian pilot, Captain Solomon Quainoo, was on Monday, September honoured in Lagos, Nigeria. He won the “Africa Travel 100” award in the transportation category at the maiden edition of Africa Diaspora Tourism Conference.
Trainee pilot Max Sylvester was left to take care of himself inside a small aircraft and he was forced to land the plane in what was his very first lesson after his trainer passed out mid air.
Charles Ofori Antipem, a young Ghanaian innovator has emerged winner at the Grand Finale of MTN Heroes of Change Season 5 which came off on Friday, August 16, 2019, at the Accra International Conference Centre.
At 23, Martin Mensah Kumedzina is beaming with dreams weightier that his struggles and has surmounted herculean hurdles to a near realisation of his dreams.
Emeka Nelson, a Nigerian secondary school graduate who is far from being a certified engineer, has invented a generator that runs on water. The brilliant technologist showed off his invention on social media.
A technology proficient Ghanaian resident in Togo, John Adama, has created a new voting systems called Jak Makavo, which is meant to eliminate the high number of spoilt or rejected ballot papers recorded in elections.