Ghana Acquires Fully Automated Ultramodern Equipment for Monitoring of ‘Radon’ – A Lung Cancer Causing Agent

The Director General of GAEC Prof. B.J.B Nyarko inspecting the equipment at the RPI laboratory.    Ghana through the Radiation Protection Institute (RPI) of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) has taken delivery of a top-of-the-range fully automated ultramodern laboratory equipment for monitoring radon gas. The equipment Radosys RadoMeter 2000, is a system that comes […]

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Ghana Far Away From Major Earthquake Zones – Engineer

Dr. Paulina Amponsah, Manager of National Data Centre, GAEC.   An engineer with the National Data Centre of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) has said that the Earthquakes Ghana continues to experience is caused by movement along fault lines, known as Intraplate Earthquakes. Dr. Paulina Amponsah said this when she delivered a presentation on […]

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GAEC Partners SDF to Train Professionals in Radiation Safety

The Radiation Protection Institute (RPI) of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) with support from the Skills Development Fund (SDF) Ghana, has carried out a 3-day radiation safety-training programme for selected Radiofrequency professionals in the telecommunication industry. The core objective of the course was to implement radiation training and certification modules to effectively protect humans […]

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The Future of Agriculture in Ghana

Picture: Dr Kwamina Banson (middle, with black shirt) explains a point to two farmers working at the demonstration fields.   Food. It’s the most basic of human needs and two doctors from Ghana, who earned their PhDs while studying in Australia, are working to address the critical issue of food productivity. Dr Kwamina Banson and […]

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