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This photo gallery follows researchers trying to unlock the secrets of the disfiguring disease leishmaniasis.
This report builds on our experiences of producing data visualisations and in data journalism, and brings together the lessons we have learned with insights from the broader sector of research communications.
Relocating the survivors of the 17 May landslides is proving difficult for lack of safe, suitable land.
Reviving muslin has involved genetic finger printing to recreate a cotton species that went extinct 160 years ago.
Nepal’s indigenous seeds have valuable traits, but there are no policies to protect them against imports.
Shrinking glaciers and a changing economy are forcing the Bhutanese to question their dependence on hydropower.
Saline ingress into Bangladesh’s famed Sunderbans is forcing thousands of villagers to buy potable water.
The unstoppable global spread of the internet is encouraging, but wider access alone won't close the data gap.
Demining post-war Sri Lanka is now being speeded up with the use of better technology.
ICT which played a major role in relief and rescue is now the guarantor of adequate and equitable reconstruction.
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