The centre is embracing an incremental approach based on learning, say Naser Faruqui and colleagues.
Remote monitoring system rolled out in Brazil collects real-time data on forest growth.
They are often applied to work that was already being done, AAAS hears.
The birth drug tranexamic acid could save thousands of lives in Nigeria. But price inflation means few can afford it.
Malaria and neglected tropical diseases are expected to re-emerge as a result of the ambitious trade initiative.
New estimates highlight a crumbling health sector and need for up-to-date information.
Biologist Marie-Anne van Sluys says male leadership remains the norm, despite progress towards gender parity.
Making tools available for free was a key to success and boosts elimination plans in a high-transmission area.
A review of 31 technologies finds no single method that will work in all areas where water is contaminated.