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'REDD+ actions can have varying impacts'

Depending on local conditions REDD+ actions can have widely varying impacts on carbon and biodiversity, says a new …

19/10/12

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China surges, India lags in R&D spending

China's investment in R&D rose rapidly at six per cent, but India's has stagnated at two in recent years.

06/10/10

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Progress or PR? How to report clinical trials

T.V. Padma shows you how to separate real progress from hype and challenge poor practice when you're reporting on …

30/09/10

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Digging tips to avoid arsenic contamination

By observing simple rules on digging wells and pumping water for irrigation it is possible to avoid arsenic …

02/06/10

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Countries 'ill prepared' as bird flu risk continues

The risk of a global influenza pandemic has not decreased since mid-2005, when the first cases emerged, warns a UN …

07/12/07

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Fighting for sight in the developing world

T. V. Padma takes a look at methods that are helping the developing world's blind people see again, and helping …

11/10/07

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Space technology 'invaluable for development'

Satellites are invaluable for gathering and delivering important information to advance developing countries, …

28/09/07

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Tsunami risk for Bay of Bengal

Researchers have identified a potential earthquake area along the coast of Myanmar, which could cause a tsunami in …

06/09/07

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Treat HIV babies early, urge researchers

A South African trial has shown that treating HIV-infected children with antiretroviral drugs in the early months …

25/07/07

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Gene therapy and new drugs hold HIV promise

A human trial of HIV gene therapy and new drugs hold hope for treatment, say scientists at an international HIV …

24/07/07

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Gaps in HIV/TB research spell 'catastrophe'

Patients infected with both HIV and TB are not being diagnosed or treated adequately due to wide gaps in research, …

24/07/07

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Better screening takes the fight to drug-resistant HIV

Scientists have developed a faster, cheaper method to screen for drug-resistant HIV, an increasing problem in …

05/07/07

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