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Global ranking reveals innovation gap in South-East Asia

Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand are the only South-East Asian representatives among the top 50 most innovative …

03/05/13

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Indigenous biodiversity 'crucial' to forest futures

Indigenous species and local community involvement are key to regenerating the world's forests, argues a report by …

13/12/12

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South-East Asia blazing a trail on research collaboration

South-East Asian countries have higher rates of international collaboration on research than the global average, a …

29/10/12

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Mosquitoes with 'selfish genes' may help fight malaria

Selfish genes could enable mosquitoes resistant to malaria or dengue fever to outcompete the natural population.

02/04/07

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Diet of breast milk alone reduces HIV transmission

Feeding infants exclusively on breast milk reduces the risk of HIV/AIDS transmission — with implications for …

30/03/07

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WHO report identifies challenges to TB control

A WHO report says that TB rates are on the verge of decline but progress is being held back by the challenges of …

22/03/07

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Scientists create GM mosquitoes to fight malaria

Scientists have created a malaria-resistant mosquito, which can dominate mosquito populations in the laboratory.

20/03/07

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Reinfection 'the main cause' of drug-resistant TB

Chinese researchers have shown that direct reinfection, not poor treatment, is the biggest culprit in the spread …

23/02/07

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US$1.5 billion scheme creates market for vaccines

An international fund will speed up the development of new vaccines for use in poor countries, starting with …

12/02/07

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New test diagnoses TB in half the time

Researchers have developed a new diagnostic test for tuberculosis that is twice as fast as existing methods and …

12/10/06

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