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Global ranking reveals innovation gap in South-East Asia

Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand are the only South-East Asian representatives among the top 50 most innovative …

03/05/13

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Indigenous biodiversity 'crucial' to forest futures

Indigenous species and local community involvement are key to regenerating the world's forests, argues a report by …

13/12/12

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Asian farmers failing to use pest-resistant rice

Poor communications, an unregulated market, and weak farmers-researchers links are damaging uptake of …

06/11/12

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South-East Asia blazing a trail on research collaboration

South-East Asian countries have higher rates of international collaboration on research than the global average, a …

29/10/12

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Zimbabwe to allocate US$1.5 million annually to R&D

In line with resolutions from the recent COMESA science meeting, Zimbabwe is to dedicate US$1.5 million to …

02/10/12

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'Holistic grazing' wins sustainable practice award

A project aimed at reversing desertification while increasing livestock numbers, has been awarded a US$100,000 …

13/07/10

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E-governance could make oil business transparent

The governance of Ghana's recent oil wealth could become more transparent if politicians embraced ICT …

11/06/10

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Zambia considers raising scientists' retirement age

Zambia looks set to drop mandatory retirement for scientists, with the aim of addressing the country's chronic …

04/06/08

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Critics question worth of Zambian science

Questions have been raised in the Zambian parliament over the relevance of scientific research carried out with …

13/12/07

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Zambia announces steps to plug brain drain

Zambia has announced a range of measures to encourage homegrown scientific talent to stay in the country.

26/11/07

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Knowledge for natural resources: a fair exchange?

China and Africa are forging links using Africa's resources, but is it an even deal? Talent Ngandwe investigates …

22/06/07

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