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Asia-Pacific scientists urged to 'get their hands dirty'

Scientists must abandon their "ivory towers" to help solve challenges such as climate change, the …

16/06/11

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GM mosquito wild release takes campaigners by surprise

Biosafety campaigners say the first release of GM mosquitoes into the wild, on the Cayman Islands, should have …

11/11/10

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UK science society network to go global

A network of UK science societies aims to reach out to similar societies around the world to help development.

02/11/10

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Biosafety meeting 'must address GM insects'

Experts have called for the Nagoya biosafety meeting to start discussing the risks related to field testing and …

08/10/10

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Will GM mosquitoes end dengue and malaria?

While great advances have been made in the lab, GM mosquitoes are still a long way from being airborne, reports …

05/08/10

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Mali to rear malaria-resistant GM mosquitoes

A laboratory that has opened in Bamako, Mali, is set to rear GM mosquitoes that could help wipe out malaria.

04/08/10

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Cheap diabetes test developed in Vietnam

An easy-to-use test to predict risk of type 2 diabetes in Vietnam could be used in other developing regions, said …

14/07/10

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Scientists find sweet solution for disease surveillance

Scientists have found honey-soaked paper to be a simple method for catching blood-sucking insects to help monitor …

07/06/10

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Global agricultural alliance sets its research agenda

The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases has decided on a way forward following a meeting in …

20/04/10

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Glaxo to share malaria drug data

GlaxoSmithKline announced yesterday that it will provide open access to 13,500 promising malaria drug candidates.

21/01/10

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Harsh criticism for WHO's drug access ideas

A long-awaited WHO report on boosting the developing world's access to drugs has disappointed those who wanted …

19/01/10

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