Spreading the bacteria into the wild tsetse fly population could wipe out the disease from some areas, study shows.
Jimmy Smith visited SciDev.Net's London office to discuss creating the world's first gene bank for livestock.
Plans are underway for the world's first livestock genebank to preserve the biodiversity of threatened breeds.
Feral goats and green iguanas introduced to small Pacific island states are destroying ecosystems and native …
Nepal sees waste-to-energy projects as a way to meet energy demand and also manage waste.
Projects to conserve dryland areas must ensure that women have secure access to and control over this land, says …
An artificial vaccine could be modified to use against problematic forms of foot-and-mouth disease that hit …
Human urine is not only a good substitute for urea — a costly chemical fertiliser — but also …