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Science R&D enjoys a windfall in Tanzania

Tanzania's commitment to raise its science budget will be put into action this year, long before the country's …

14/08/09

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Fungal pesticide saves crops from locusts

Swarms of red locusts in Tanzania have been destroyed by the application of a biopesticide containing fungal spores.

27/07/09

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Larvicides 'cut urban malaria'

Researchers have shown that killing young mosquitoes with larvicides curbs malaria rates — which could …

23/04/09

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Researchers trial safe sex phone messaging in Tanzania

Homosexual men will be able to receive information on HIV/AIDS via their mobile phones in a project to promote …

23/03/09

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New Tanzanian president promises science boost

The newly elected president of Tanzania says he will boost science, with a focus on agriculture and fisheries.

04/01/06

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Tanzania to spend '1% of GDP on research by 2015'

The Tanzanian government has promised to increase its spending on research and development to one per cent of its …

27/06/05

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Minister says Tanzania is growing GM tobacco

Despite delays in introducing a regulatory framework for GM crops, Tanzania — according its agriculture minister — …

22/04/05

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GM crop tests get green light in Tanzania

Tanzania has become the seventh African country to authorise first field trials of genetically modified crops.

28/02/05

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Major plan to boost African agriculture unveiled

A plan to revitalise Africa's agricultural system - that has science at its core - has been unveiled in Tanzania.

03/02/05

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South Korea to build technical institutes in Tanzania

Tanzania's growing economy is set to get a further boost as South Korea gives the country millions to build four …

28/01/05

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Poor nations get tough on climate change

Some of the world's poorest nations have drawn up an agreement demanding that rich countries fund efforts to …

01/11/04

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Fast DNA analysis to revolutionise Tanzanian science

Tanzanian scientists predict that the arrival of rapid DNA analysis in the country heralds a new dawn for national …

22/10/04

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