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Region with high-density forest in Rio de Janeiro is the second part of the world to confirm this type of transmission.
Simple tools can improve survival but expensive machines and chemotherapy still get ‘pushed’, scientists warn.
The range of particles released from burning biomass and damage they cause are not yet fully explored, study suggests.
The exhibition aims to redress the Eurocentric bias of science history.
The yield of grafted plants was 40 per cent higher than that of the ungrafted plants, a study has shown.
Most countries will fail on the health SDGs without more political and financial investment, says report.