Profile of the quiz contestants who will represent the school in the 2013 edition of the National Science and Maths Quiz.
A special fundraising ceremony towards the school's participation in the 2013 edition of the National Science and Maths Quiz.
2013/2014 Admissions Open for Programmes at KNUST. It is announced for the information of prospective Applicants and the general public that Application Forms for Admission to Degree/Diploma/Top-Up Programmes of Study at the University for the 2013/2014 Academic Year are now on sale.[ Read more... ]
Old Students' Column
Read some Examination Success Messages, from some Akwamusecans to all WASSCE candidates of Akwamuman [ Read more... ]
Did You Know...that?
The human skeleton consists of approximately 206 bones and 68 joints.
The longest bone is the femur, or thighbone; the smallest is the stapes, a bone inside your ear.
Bones can also take an incredible pounding. “[They] are constructed in exactly the same way that reinforced concrete is constructed,” states National Space Biomedical Research Institute.
However, the compressional strength of bone is greater than that of even the best reinforced concrete.
The bone is able to repair itself, respond to hormones that affect its growth and development, and even play a key role in the manufacture of blood cells. Also, like muscle, it slowly grows stronger as the load on it increases.
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