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Brazil and Kenya push for neglected-disease research

Brazil and Kenya will call for an international fund for research on 'neglected diseases' at a WHO meeting next month.

19/04/06

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Less logging on private land 'key to saving Amazon'

Scientists predict that Brazil will lose more than 40 per cent of its Amazon rainforest by 2050 unless it takes …

23/03/06

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Latin America and the Caribbean unite against AIDS

Nineteen nations have agreed to work together to negotiate HIV/AIDS drug prices with foreign companies and to …

19/01/06

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GM cropland in developing nations grows by a quarter

GM crop production in the developing world leapt ahead last year, with Brazil alone now accounting for ten per …

13/01/06

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Brazil to invest US$30 million in nanotech by 2006

Brazil plans to spend at least US$30 million on nanotechnology research and development by 2006.

30/08/05

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Brazil will enrich uranium for export

Brazil's uranium resources are huge and must be used for energy production, says the Brazilian Ministry of Science …

18/08/05

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Circumcised men less likely to get HIV, says study

Circumcised men are less likely to contract HIV/AIDS from their female partners, said scientists at a conference …

29/07/05

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Brazil needs 'public-private partnerships in nanotech'

Brazilian industrial associations have called for more public investment in nanotechnology research and …

19/07/05

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Legality of stem cell research challenged in Brazil

Brazil's attorney general has called on the Supreme Court to retract a law allowing research on embryonic stem …

15/06/05

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Brazilian women climb in science, but few reach the top

Brazil appears to be approaching gender equality in science positions up to doctorate level, but few women occupy …

01/04/05

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