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Population database goes public

The world’s largest bibliographic database on population, family planning and related topics is being made freely available on the ...

01/05/03

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Africa edges closer to being lead-free

Most African countries will have switched to unleaded petrol, or will have almost phased out lead from petrol, within ...

01/05/03

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Science spending soars in China

Spending on research and development (R&D) in China increased 18 per cent last year compared to 1999, according to ...

01/05/03

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Jordan set to boost science funding

The Jordanian government is exploring how to put into practice a law that requires private companies to donate 1 ...

01/05/03

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Research output booms in China

Science in the People’s Republic of China has shown ‘extraordinary growth’ during the past 20 years, according a US-based ...

01/05/03

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Indian PM says no to emissions targets

The Indian Prime Minister has rejected calls for developing countries to be set targets for reducing their greenhouse gas ...

01/05/03

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Housing boom threatens developing-world biodiversity

The increasing number of households in biodiversity-rich nations may be thwarting conservation efforts, according to a new study.

01/05/03

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Venezuelan researchers appeal to global community

Venezuelan researchers have called for international help to ensure that the country's current political crisis does not endanger its ...

01/05/03

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True extent of Vietnam War herbicide burden revealed

New research suggests that the amount of dioxin-containing herbicide sprays, such as Agent Orange, used during the Vietnam War ...

30/04/03

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Brazil leads renewables effort at summit

Brazil is urging leaders at the World Summit on Sustainable Development to boost the amount of energy produced by ...

23/04/03

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Genebank threat jeopardises crop diversity

More funding is urgently needed to safeguard the crop diversity held in the world's genebanks, the World Summit on ...

23/04/03

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Poor nations get cash boost to save ozone

More than 100 governments have adopted a US$573-million package to help developing nations phase out ozone-depleting chemicals.

23/04/03

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