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New Madagascar facility to boost biodiversity research

Both research and teaching will benefit from a facility that has been built close to Madagascar’s rainforest

02/08/12

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Madagascar launches online research network

Researchers in Madagascar have a new way of interacting with colleagues in the country and abroad.

28/06/12

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Indian Ocean islands link up via agriculture web portal

An initiative to boost reporting on agriculture and biodiversity aims to link up farmers and researchers on the …

08/06/12

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Experts question Madagascar's bid to tap wind energy

Madagascar is planning a major wind power project, but critics say small-scale equipment and other energy sources …

21/02/12

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Scientists crack locust colour code to predict swarms

Red locusts in Madagascar develop a black mark in the early stages of forming swarms — a sign that could …

13/12/11

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Africa's mollusc stocks at risk from ocean acidification

Mollusc fisheries in Haiti and several African countries are at most risk from increasing ocean acidification.

25/08/11

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Madagascan scientists say they warned of locust swarms

Scientists predicted the locust swarms that destroyed crops in Madagascar this summer, but a lack of funding …

08/11/10

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Malagasy labs to receive upgrade

Madagascar is among the recipients of a fund aiming to enhance the laboratory capacity of developing countries.

13/01/10

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Madagascan forests 'reviving', researchers say

Madagascan forests show signs of regeneration, even in densely populated areas, according to researchers.

04/05/07

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