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20/07/18

Indigenous people ‘attuned’ to chronic disease risks

Communities in Ecuador and Brazil face rising rates of disease linked to changes in diet, sedentary lifestyle.

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19/07/18

Brazil suspects leprosy spreads through armadillos

Hunting and eating armadillo is common in the Amazonian state of Pará

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17/07/18

Q&A: “The big threat is that drug resistance is moving to India”

Sylvie Manguin, the editor of an open-access book on malaria elimination, discusses the challenges of achieving …

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13/07/18

Intensified farming ‘rarely’ aids wellbeing, environment

Twin benefits found in fewer than one in five cases of agricultural intensification in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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11/07/18

Q&A: Science in Senegal to benefit from NASA mission

US scientists support local astronomy research through space object observation mission, says David Baratoux.

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10/07/18

Money woes undermine pan-African science guidance

The Cape Town Declaration risks having no impact without an increase in science funding, meeting hears.

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06/07/18

Global science body promises to reach poor regions

Merger gives rise to new international science council with diverse views on what its focus should be.

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05/07/18

Algiers innovation drive faces three-year delay

Plans to launch ‘smart city’ held back by delays in construction of key facilities.

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04/07/18

Machine learning targets development problems

Projects show promise as researchers lay out roadmap to guide against common pitfalls.

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02/07/18

Software helps cut Indian cows’ methane emissions

A software tool sets diets for millions of cattle in India to cut methane emissions by 15 per cent.

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