Ghana's National Biosafety Authority this month issued guidelines for the release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), a landmark step for modern biotechnology in the country.
Hawaii has become the newest member of the Cornell Alliance for Science global network.
Science has been given the floor
It is the third day of this very exciting two weeks of global negotiations and the heat is definitely on!
A promising start but will the Conference of Parties (COP) deliver?
With words of encouragement and a strong sense of comaraderie, the Cornell Alliance for Science graduated its 2016 cohort of Global Leadership Fellows on the evening of Nov. 15.
Video by Rufai Braimah
With a vision of wanting to see and experience a thriving and food secure country, Ghana’s Alliance for Science aims to create and promote a pro-science environment for enhancing agricultural productivity, food and nutrition security, creating employment and wealth opportunities for the youth.
With the 2016 cohort of Global Leadership Fellows poised to convene, we took this opportunity to catch up with 2015 Fellow Modesta Nnedinso.
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