Scientists in the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences have held a farmers' field day at the Teaching and Research Farm
Smallholder farmers drawn from Central and Western regions and other parts of the country have taken part in a short training course in tractor operation, maintenance, and management.
A two-day West African Forum on Precision Agriculture (WAFPA) to discuss the current state and future of precision agriculture in West Africa has been held at the Sasakawa Conference Room in the University of Cape Coast, UCC.
Half of the world’s population depends upon rice as their premium staple food. In recent history, rice consumption has travelled far beyond Asian countries to become the fastestgrowing food staple in Africa – and unscrupulous people are taking advantage of this massive business opportunity.
The School of Agriculture, College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, has organised a seminar for students and national service personnel on scholarship opportunities available at the Masters and PhD levels at the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering (FBE), Ghent University, Belgium.
Welcoming the High Commissioner and his delegation, Prof. Ampiah, expressed gratitude, to GFSU for its commitment towards the collaboration which according to him would lead to training professionals to provide evidence-based forensic investigations in the country.
The University of Cape Coast's Centre for Coastal Management has been conditionally selected as one of the five new Centres of Excellence in Ghana under the World Bank’s African Centre of Excellence (ACE) IMPACT III Project.