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21/03/19

Mosquito-killing drug ‘reduced malaria in children’

Mass administration of ivermectin reduced episodes of malaria in under-fives by 20 per cent in a trial in Burkina Faso.

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20/03/19

Digital evidence opens doors to human rights probes

‘Open source’ evidence from social media platforms is increasingly used to seek justice, finds Aisling Irwin.

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19/03/19

Q&A: Science journalists face challenges of fake news era

Mohammed Yahia, president of the World Federation of Science Journalists, says the role of science journalists is …

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18/03/19

Environmental degradation threat to health, says UN

The effects of urbanisation and population growth could lead to millions of premature deaths, report warns.

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15/03/19

Brazilian city’s pollution spreads to untouched Amazon rainforest

Pollution from Manaus is increasing the concentration of harmful particles over pristine forest areas, study finds.

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14/03/19

How to report from lab visits and field trips

With good preparation, right equipment and inquisitive mind, you can get great stories, knowledge and contacts.

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14/03/19

How to become a star science journalist from scratch

With an increase in research activities around the world, there is more science to report on than ever before

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14/03/19

Mobile app identifies approved medicines, drugstores

A new mobile phone application is helping Kenyans identify approved medicines and drugstores.

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13/03/19

Vaccine cuts child pneumonia cases by a quarter

New cases of the disease in one Kenyan county are down by 27 per cent following immunisation programme, study shows.

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12/03/19

Venezuela: science ‘brain drain’ threatens future of research

Study shows high percentage of Venezuelan migrants are scientists.

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