State backing for science is key to private innovation, but governments are losing out on the profits, says a book.
There's real substance behind activists' polarised views of new technology, says Oxfam adviser Duncan Green.
A dispute over a fresh deal to allow the least developed nations to bypass intellectual property rights could hit …
A new UN body to advise nations on climate tech may break the deadlock in the long-running debate on transferring …
After a lengthy court battle, India has rejected a major cancer drug patent bid — meaning lifesaving drugs …
Developing nations should fight piracy and improve ICT infrastructure to ensure strong local software sectors …
India's newly launched science, technology and innovation policy banks on private sector participation.
With disputes about the quality of exports on the rise, developing countries need to boost scientific capacity to …