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Opinion:

20/02/19

Why the IDRC won’t rush its open data policy

The centre is embracing an incremental approach based on learning, say Naser Faruqui and colleagues.

News:

19/02/19

Sensors take the manual work out of forest monitoring

Remote monitoring system rolled out in Brazil collects real-time data on forest growth.

News:

18/02/19

SDGs ‘failing to create transformational change’

They are often applied to work that was already being done, AAAS hears.

Feature:

15/02/19

Critical birth drug mired in Nigeria

The birth drug tranexamic acid could save thousands of lives in Nigeria. But price inflation means few can afford it.

News:

13/02/19

China opens path to disease via Belt and Road trade route

Malaria and neglected tropical diseases are expected to re-emerge as a result of the ambitious trade initiative.

News:

12/02/19

Venezuela goes back 20 years in child mortality

New estimates highlight a crumbling health sector and need for up-to-date information.

Opinion:

11/02/19

Q&A: Women still missing in Brazil’s top science posts

Biologist Marie-Anne van Sluys says male leadership remains the norm, despite progress towards gender parity.

News:

09/02/19

Zanzibar cuts new malaria cases by 94 per cent

Making tools available for free was a key to success and boosts elimination plans in a high-transmission area.

News:

07/02/19

No silver bullet for arsenic in groundwater

A review of 31 technologies finds no single method that will work in all areas where water is contaminated.

News:

05/02/19

West Nile Virus spotted in Pakistan

Researchers who detected the brain-damaging virus in donor blood samples call for surveillance.

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