News & Events
KNUST 2022/23 SRC Commissions a Bus Shelter
The 2022/23 Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, has commissioned a bus shelter at the Ahinsan Gate, a project valued at Ninety Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH₵90,000). Additionally, they also donated One Hundred and Fifty (150) class-room chairs to support students’ learning at the Ulzen Block.
KNUST-TUM SEED Centre Holds Annual Symposium
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, together with the Technical University of Munich (TUM) SEED Centre, have hosted the 2023 Annual Symposium under the theme ‘Sustainable, Energies, Entrepreneurship and Development.’ The Symposium seeks to provide a platform for participating universities to share ideas on the current research activities in their living labor
College of Health Sciences Commissions a 30-Kilowatt Solar Panel System
The College of Health Sciences (CHS) at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi has commissioned a 30-kilowatt solar panel system worth Sixty-Thousand Dollars ($60,000) at the KNUST School of Medicine and Dentistry (KSMD).
KNUST Hosts 2nd Joint GSAP-GASA Conference
The Department of Animal Science at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi has hosted the 2nd Joint Ghana Society of Animal Production and Ghana Animal Science Association (GSAP-GASA) Conference on the theme ‘‘Consolidating the gains made in climate change resilient agriculture for sustainable animal production in the 21st century’’ from 28th August to 1st Septem
Research & Innovation
Rapid, simple, inexpensive high-throughput antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) in natural product drug discovery and tackling antibiotic resistance in global infectious diseases.
Current evidence of increasing failure to antimicrobial therapy due to drug resistance may be leading us potentially into a post-antibiotic era, and thus threaten the advances made in medicine (Carlet et al., 2012). The worldwide surge in resistant bacteria and the paradoxical downward trend in the development of new antibiotics simultaneously have serious implications.Read more