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12/11/18

Q&A: “Science is still biased towards staple crops”

Farmers rely on information to climate-proof their businesses and diversify their crop. IFAD’s Paul Winters tells …

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12/11/18

Keeping animals out of home key to improved nutrition

Children whose parents keep animals at home have worse health outcomes and are more likely to be stunted, a study …

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09/11/18

Luring power off the grid

Can local energy systems merge climate and poverty goals? Anita Makri reports from Bellagio.

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07/11/18

Former astronaut is Brazil’s next science minister

South America’s first man in space, Marcos Pontes, will lead on Brazilian science in Jair Bolsonaro’s right-wing …

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07/11/18

Debate: what role will technology play in the future of food security?

World hunger is on the rise. Today, over 820 million people are undernourished, and the number is growing, with …

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06/11/18

Q&A: ‘Sustainable energy makes people bankable’

Energy provision is about more than keeping the lights on. It can create wealth and make users financially viable, …

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05/11/18

One simple questionnaire could help spot autism in many countries

Most cases of autism go undiagnosed in poor countries, but questionnaires could help spot them – if they account …

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02/11/18

Q&A: Climate finance for poorer countries is ‘in our interest’

Global targets may fail without small energy systems in the developing world, says environmental lawyer Alan Miller.

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01/11/18

Costs obstruct global internet access goals

A lack of policies to help companies build infrastructure has caused internet access to stall around the world.

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31/10/18

Q&A: “It doesn’t matter what comes my way.”

Female scientists need to focus on what needs to be done and do it, says Simone Badal, a chemist working in Jamaica.

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