Half of the world’s population depends upon rice as their premium staple food. In recent history, rice consumption has travelled far beyond Asian countries to become the fastestgrowing food staple in Africa – and unscrupulous people are taking advantage of this massive business opportunity.
The Ghana Science Association (GSA) has organised a three-day programme to mark the 31st Biennial Conference and 60th Anniversary under the theme, “Promoting Science, Technology, and Innovation for Sustainable Growth and Development.”
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the University of Cape Coast and the Ghana Fire Service (GNFS) to train personnel of the Service in Forensic Fire Investigation.
Faculty members of the University have been sensitised on the Intellectual Property Policy (IPP) and Addendum to Conference Travel Grants at a seminar organised by the Directorate of Research, Innovation, and Consultancy (DRIC).
Ten staff members of the University have been honoured for their commitment and dedication to their duties at the Third Staff Awards Ceremony. The 10 staff comprised one senior member, four senior and five junior staff members.
The School of Agriculture, College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, has organised a seminar for students and national service personnel on scholarship opportunities available at the Masters and PhD levels at the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering (FBE), Ghent University, Belgium.
Welcoming the High Commissioner and his delegation, Prof. Ampiah, expressed gratitude, to GFSU for its commitment towards the collaboration which according to him would lead to training professionals to provide evidence-based forensic investigations in the country.
The University of Cape Coast's Centre for Coastal Management has been conditionally selected as one of the five new Centres of Excellence in Ghana under the World Bank’s African Centre of Excellence (ACE) IMPACT III Project.