You are looking at all articles by Joanna Carpenter

Draft text for small island summit ‘lacks science’
German eco-prize ‘benefits developing world researchers’
Nanotech newswire winds up after USAID pulls funding

Feature

Paving the way for tech transfer

A new UN body to advise nations on climate tech may break the deadlock in the long-running debate on ...

29/04/13

News

Parasites hint at antimalarial resistance in Africa

Laboratory tests have revealed resistance to artemisinin in malaria parasites from Africa but the effect in the field is ...

28/05/12

News

Leaf ‘stamp’ could detect crop diseases

A technique that stamps biosensors directly onto the leaves of plants could be used as an early-warning system for ...

22/05/12

News

Simple interventions could save most premature babies

A global report on deaths among preterm babies says simple techniques could save many lives.

02/05/12

News

Better understanding of cowpea weevil could improve storage

Storing cowpea in triple plastic bags protects against weevil damage — but researchers say the drier the crop is ...

08/03/12

News

Pigeon pea genome sequence could boost yields

The sequencing of the pigeon pea genome will allow researchers to find higher-yielding varieties of the crop in a ...

14/11/11

News

Environmental impact research urged for fish farming

Global aquaculture must invest in knowledge-sharing if it is to reach its potential as a sustainable food supplier, says ...

20/06/11

News

Virus gives helping hand to leishmaniasis parasites

The severity of a disfiguring type of leishmaniasis has been linked to a parasite-infecting virus, giving scientists a new ...

11/02/11

News

New mosquito type could undermine malaria control

A new species of mosquito with different feeding habits has been found in Kenya and could complicate the fight ...

04/02/11

Joanna Carpenter

Profile

Trust-Logo-Stacked