An international effort to safeguard a test site in Kazakhstan offers lessons for similar sites, says report.
The UN Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights tells SciDev.Net what the right to science could mean.
India and South Africa are to offer places to students from the developing world — with Argentina set to follow.
Nine Sub-Saharan African nations have agreed to cooperate with Argentina on agricultural technology.
The past decade has seen a boom in science collaboration between Brazil and Africa, finds Catarina Chagas.
The guide highlights key issues for health research bodies in developing nations to examine when forming partnerships.