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Bangladesh can forecast floods three days in advance, but lack of shelters led to a heavy toll.
Bangladesh says cuts in annual budgetary allocation for science research and education will not affect the sector.
American researchers say a waste product from crops like coconuts and mangos could help meet electricity needs in …
Researchers estimate that up to a third of the Bangladeshi population is genetically susceptible to …
A new cholera prediction model can warn of outbreaks 11 months in advance and also describe the possible severity.
Bangladesh’s proneness to major earthquakes is to be studied under a new five-year project.
South Asia's atmospheric brown cloud, caused by aerosol emissions, is leading to more destructive cyclones.
Natural sediment that mops up arsenic may keep deep groundwater cleaner than was thought, a study finds.
Plastic bottles coated in a common chemical can cheaply and effectively rid water of arsenic, a study has found.
Bangladesh and the Netherlands will work together to counter threat of severe floods.