Ghana Science and Technology News
Computer engineering students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), have developed a smart prepaid water metering system, set to save the cost of operation of water distribution companies.
A Nigerian guy on Twitter, @Eric_Tc24, has got online users talking after recounting an unbelievable story of how his sister saw her Nokia 3310 still switched on after 12 years.
From a rural town in the south of Ghana to his time at Harvard University, one thing has been a constant for MacLean Sarbah and that’s his willingness to help others succeed, especially the young.
An amazing video of an innovative Ghanaian man who makes power banks from used laptop and cell batteries has gone viral after it was shared by the United Nation's Environmental Programme (UNEP) executive director.
DJ Switch has made it to ‘’the crossroad of the world,’'’ with a latest photo of her featured on the much bigger, brighter and louder New York Times Square giant billboard.
The Public Records and Archives Administration Department in the Central Region says the region risks losing about 28,600 historical documents over preservation challenges.
Not only are women occupying top executive positions in white collar professions but are also steadily building careers in manual fields that were strictly dominated by able-bodied men, and a young woman is shaping conversations a
Students from the Methodist Girls High School in Mamfe Akuapem, have won 2019's World Robotics Championships for high schools in Michigan in the United States.
Chinese mobile tech device makers Huawei are to be barred from using the full capacity of Google's Android operating software, a move that is set to hurt the Chinese company's sales.
Nigerian kids, who are almost teenagers, have made the country proud by inventing an amazing technology that can be used as assistants at home during chores.The kids are, Oluwatobiloba Nsikakabasi Owolola and Fathia Abdullahi.
Facebook founder and one of the richest people in the world, Mark Zukerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have celebrated seven years together as a married couple.
Facebook has removed hundreds of fake Facebook and Instagram pages, groups, and accounts that it says were run by an Israeli firm that was targeting countries in Africa. The Israeli company Archimedes Group spent more than $800K.
The vice president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has advocated for free internet services in Ghana. According to him, internet services come at a high cost, and it is therefore important for producers to consider doing something about it.
Africa's first black woman, Saray Khumalo, has successfully climbed to the top of Mount Everest which is the world’s highest mountain on Thursday May 16, 2019.
With her latest achievement, Dr. Faridah Mokaya has become the first black female and mother to graduate with PhD in Nuclear Physic from the University of Connecticut, USA.
A previously extinct species bird, the white-throated rail, has returned from the dead to recover the island it previously lived on while re-evolving itself back into existence.
After over a century of dumping raw sewage into the sea, Sewerage Systems Ghana, an Engineering and Construction company is generating green electricity from raw faeces and turns the sludge into charcoal for communities.
Sesi Technologies, a Ghanaian Agritech company, has won 2nd place in the idea category in the GIST Tech-I Competition during the Global Entrepreneurship Conngress held in Bahrain from 15th to 18th April, 2019.
Social media is lit and people are drooling after a photo of Ghana’s first female pilot, Melody Millicent Danquah, pops up in old fashion style.
Young Ghanaians are making remarking waves worthy of praise and the latest is co-founder of Farmerline, Alloysius Attah, whose company is providing information and technology solutions to farmers in Africa.
It is rare for young people to discover their talent early enough, but Hope Frank realized at a very early age that he could construct heavy machines including excavator and tipper with wood, syringe and drip set.
A young student, Ghaneshree Moonsamy, pursuing a Masters degree in Biotechnology at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), achieved the extraordinary when her Masters thesis was converted into a PhD.
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