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23/01/18

‘Poverty clock’ ticks with real-time data

The project wants a clearer picture and open talk on poverty. Does it oversimplify? Tania Rabesandratana investigates.

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22/01/18

African patients more likely to die from surgery

Two per cent of African patients die from surgery compared with the global average of one per cent.

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19/01/18

Methane from Indian livestock adds to global warming

Methane gas produced by India’s large cattle population contributes to global warming, says study.

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16/01/18

Black-sky pollution: Iraqis face legacy of ‘ISIS Winter’

An investigation of the toxic fallout of pollutants released during conflict documents health and economic impacts.

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12/01/18

Pakistani database to help deal with genetic disorders

Pakistan’s newly launched genetic mutation database may help deal with disorders linked to consanguineous marriages.

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10/01/18

Africa’s planned dams could disrupt electricity supply

Rainfall patterns cast doubt on reliability of planned hydropower dams in Eastern and Southern Africa.

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08/01/18

Kenyan innovation takes plastic bags out of forestry

This photo gallery shows a simple, environmentally friendly method for developing tree seedlings.

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05/01/18

Ethiopian herders get automated weather stations

Information could help weigh up climate risks if it reaches lowlands residents now using traditional knowledge.

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04/01/18

Forty per cent of global e-waste comes from Asia

As prices of electronic devices drop and disposable incomes grow, e-waste volumes keep rising.

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03/01/18

Society needs to instil confidence in girls

Prize-winning scientist Jennifer Thomson talks about her career and plans for nurturing women researchers in the …

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