Latest Publications

ECREEE has launched a youth writing contest to raise awareness of the under-utilized potential of women in the energy sector and the factors responsible for this.

The competition, which is being implemented as part of a campaign dubbed “#Standtall”, aims to...

Deadline to apply for the PACE-Net+ Seed funding has been extended to the 15th of April 2015.

Visit the  Website http://pacenet.eu/news/pacenetplus-seed-funding-2015  for the call...

FIELD REPORT ON MAIZE DEMOSTRATION FARM

BY

Prof. Daniel Obeng Ofori

Dr. Phyllis Opare

Dr. Michael Lartey and

James Agyei-Ohemeng

JANUARY 2015...

The Central African Research and Innovation Management Association (CARIMA) in collaboration with National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE) Equatorial Guinea,will organize the 2nd CARIMA international conference  on 09 - 11 April,  2015 – National...

The ACP S&T II funded project 'Promoting sustainable energy access through the use of geospatial technologies in West Africa' organized a regional training workshop on Geographical Information System for Energy planning form 11th to...

The ACP S&T II funded project GeosAf - Geomatic technology transferred to animal health services in southern Africa has just published its first technical guide titled 'The dissection of tsetse flies'.
This manual is for policy makers,...

Africa is one of the continents that still has large expanses of natural resource complexes with diverse species and natural resource types. At the same time, most of its people are rural-based and heavily depend on nature for livelihoods and socio-economic wellbeing. This interface between...

An international research summit focusing on gender will take place in Africa for the first time, from the 28-30 April, in Cape Town. The summit will be hosted by South Africa’s Department of Science and Technology (DST) and Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC). The...

On Tuesday, February 24, 2015, Jamaican schools selected for implementation of the Improving Innovation Capacities in the Caribbean (INVOCAB) Project received electronic equipment...

The SPIN project, funded by the ACP S&T programme and executed between November 2009 and April 2014, has trained a high number of students and academic staff as well as public...