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Nepal sees waste-to-energy projects as a way to meet energy demand and also manage waste.
Micro hydro sets can cheaply and quickly electrify remote communities in hilly and mountainous terrain.
Hopes of eliminating kala azar in South Asia are receding with the main drug used against the parasitic disease …
Unsustainable harvesting of caterpillar fungus or yarsagumba poses risks to conservation and livelihoods.
Using Norwegian fish breeding technology Nepal hopes to boost food security and provide livelihoods.
Observatories set up in Bhutan and Nepal will closely monitor air pollutants and track their source.
With the growth of online science networks, geography and economics no longer dictate how research is undertaken …
Nepal needs to attract more students to S&T courses or face a serious shortage of scientists, experts say.