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Australian bushfire smoke drifts to South America


HP backs microenterprises in developing countries

IT company Hewlett Packard has donated US$5 million to support small businesses in the developing world.



HPV vaccine is ‘preventative, not therapeutic’

A vaccine against human papillomavirus is not effective at treating existing infection, according to new research.



WHO remains flexible on drug access rules

The World Health Organization will continue to support developing countries that use flexibility in trade rules to access medicines.



Climate reporting ‘too balanced’ say scientists

Some journalists are giving too much air-time to climate change sceptics, say scientists at the World Conference of Science ...


Daniela Hirschfeld

Daniela Hirschfeld


Daniela Hirschfeld is a Regional Consultant for the Latin America and Caribbean Edition of SciDev.Net.

She has been writing for SciDev.Net since 2005 and also assists Luisa Massarani, the LAC Coordinator, including the right visualization of texts and images in the Latin American web portal.

Daniela was in charge of the Science, Technology and Health section of Búsqueda, a weekly newspaper in Uruguay, and was editor-in-chief of a magazine at this national publication.

Daniela was one of the 12 2009–2010 international Knight Science Journalism Fellows at MIT, Boston. She is also professor at the Universidad Católica del Uruguay where she teaches science journalism.

Contact Details: [email protected]
Location: Montevideo (Uruguay).
Languages Spoken: Spanish, English.
Job Title: Regional Consultant