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WCSJ 2013: Final reflections

01/07/13

News

Modern food supply technology 'key to affordable food'

Mobile phones, cold storage and milling improvements can help to cut the cost of getting rice and potatoes to …

18/01/13

Editorials

Countries need better science to win trade disputes

With disputes about the quality of exports on the rise, developing countries need to boost scientific capacity to …

28/12/12

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Biomass should be tenth tipping point, researcher says

A proposed 'planetary boundary' of available biomass should be added to the nine existing environmental tipping …

27/03/12

News

Twitter typhoon alerts inspire new call centres

The success of Twitter typhoon alerts has inspired a more responsive online weather communication strategy in the …

30/09/11

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Pacific islands seek protection from deep-sea mining

The growing threat of deep-sea mining is forcing Pacific nations to find ways of protecting their environment.

29/07/11

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Pepper traps cut dengue fever in the Philippines

A simple mosquito trap using peppercorn could cut dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases, say scientists.

11/07/11

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'Waterproofing' gene may also protect rice from droughts

A gene that protects rice from floods could also protect it from droughts, say researchers.

10/03/11

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ASEAN countries to boost S&T collaboration

Ten South-East Asian nations have endorsed an initiative to collaborate more on science, technology and innovation.

07/01/11

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Philippines 'tweets' typhoon updates

The Philippine weather bureau has set up a Twitter account to provide the public with real-time typhoon updates.

04/01/11

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