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Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, one of Africa’s renowned scientists, has underscored the need for the continent “to be determined, aggressive, ambitious, and passionate about her affairs.

“As a people, we should not be afraid of breaking new ground. The world may want to intimidate us; that we are so far behind, that we cannot catch up.

“No! We don’t have to run after them. However, we can learn from the achievements and mistakes of others whilst charting our path and preserving our cultural heritage and our time-tested value systems,” he said.

Prof. Frimpong-Boateng, in a speech delivered at the investiture of Prof. Mark Appiah as President of the CSIR College of Science and Technology (CCST), during a ceremony at Fumesua near Kumasi, indicated that “Africa’s poverty gap was a technological gap.”

The Minister for Environment, Science, Technology, and Innovation (MESTI), Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, has commended the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) for its innovative ways of adding value to food crops.

He said such measures were helping to protect and promote good nutrition in the country in support of government efforts in ensuring a healthy population.

The minister stated this in a press statement to mark the Day of Scientific Renaissance of Africa (DSRA) today (June 30).

A team of research scientists from the Crops Research Institute (CSIR) have established that a supposed apple tree planted five years ago at Wiamoase in the Ashanti Region is a specie of fig.

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Lakehead University, Canada has signed a five-year agreement to strengthen research and co-operation in sustainable forest management in Accra.

"Wherever you go, your presence should be felt," Dr. Gloria Djagbletey's mother told her more than 40 years ago. Pondering her mother's wise words, the doctor began to think about the strides she's made in protecting the earth.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has cut the sod for the commencement of work on the upgrading and modernisation of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system at the CSIR – Institute of Industrial Research in Accra.

A 2017-2018 annual analysis on the agricultural value chain in 10 regions, has identified issues of inadequate storage facilities, poor road network and high cost of inputs as major constraints that confront Ghanaian farmers.

The Council for Scientific and Industrial and Research (CSIR) has held a special thanksgiving service to round off its yearlong 60th anniversary celebration activities, under the theme

A retired Director of Administration of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Mrs. Elieen Odartei Laryea has charged administrators of public institutions to stay abreast of modern trends in particularly the use of information technology and financial management systems to ensure efficient running of public organisations.

Food Processing operations are a significant source of waste generation, a major user of energy and a contributor to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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