Over two weeks, participants were exposed to design thinking, problem solving, entrepreneurship, robotics programming and engineering through hands-on projects and experiential learning.
CREATIVITY & INNOVATIONS
The software which is part of the university’s e-Learning management system called Sakai is aimed at enhancing original thought among students and promoting excellent academic work.
This video is a spotlight on Dr. Mohamed Mutocheluh from the Department of Clinical Microbiology, KNUST. He talks about his research on the role of Aflatoxin in modulating the Type 1 Interferon Pathway.