A former lecturer of the Department of Chemistry, Dr. Owusu Akyiaw Bempah, has developed a drug known as Fenomin Tablets for treating diabetes complications.

Dr. Bempah, explained that the tablets were a formulation of vitamin B1, B2 and B5 capable of preventing complications affecting all organs in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. Other ingredients of the tablets he mentioned were dicalcium phosphate, cellulose, silica, magnesium stearate.

A former Deputy Director-General of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Prof. Alfred Oteng-Yeboah, has urged the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (CANS), to set up an interdisciplinary research team to undertake vigorous research and development projects to find solutions to local and national problems.

A former Deputy Director-General of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Prof. Alfred Oteng-Yeboah, has urged the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (CANS), to set up an interdisciplinary research team to undertake vigorous research and development projects to find solutions to local and national problems.

The Faculty of Arts has held its Third Colloquium with a call for an interdisciplinary approach in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Chairman of the Governing Council of the University, Mrs. Nancy Thompson, has said the problems of the nation must be solved by our universities and not depend on the outside world for solutions.

“Our universities should be at the forefront of solving our numerous challenges and not remain in their Ivory Towers. What we do should affect our people, we need not depend on outside world, when we do that we are selling our sovereignty”.

The exchange pupils and headteachers of the University Basic Schools with the Central Regional Minister, Mr. Kwamina Duncan

A senior lecturer at the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, Ing. Dr. Samuel Tulashie, was adjudged the winner at the Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE) the 4th Engineering Excellence Awards held on February,2018 in Accra.

Dr. Tulashie was honoured for producing bioethanol from liquid waste of cassava dough.

A citation that accompanied the award acknowledged his outstanding contribution to society, industry and the national economy through the production of bioethanol.

A team of researchers from the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, University of Cape Coast, has introduced inmates of the Ankaful Maximum Prison and some farmers in the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem (KEEA) Municipal Assembly in the Central Region to 24 varieties of cowpea. The Cowpea Project which is aimed at identifying high yielding and disease resistant variety will later be released to seed production companies for onward distribution to farmers in Ghana.

A team of researchers from the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, University of Cape Coast, has introduced inmates of the Ankaful Maximum Prison and some farmers in the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem (KEEA) Municipal Assembly in the Central Region to 24 varieties of cowpea. The Cowpea Project which is aimed at identifying high yielding and disease resistant variety will later be released to seed production companies for onward distribution to farmers in Ghana.

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