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UK chief boosts climate ties with China and India

The UK prime minister's trips to China and India have strengthened collaboration, particularly on climate change.

25/01/08

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China proposes cooperative renewables research

China has proposed a cooperative scheme for international research into renewable energy to speed up technology …

19/09/07

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Developing nations 'need genetic resources rules'

Developing countries should create legislation on indigenous genetic resources or risk losing out to developed …

06/09/07

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SARS antibodies offer new treatment hope

Scientists have identified two human antibodies able to neutralise the known strains of the SARS virus.

04/07/07

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Science journalists 'need code of ethics'

Speakers at the World Conference of Science Journalists say reporters need a code of ethics to communicate science …

18/04/07

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Scientists find rice gene for grain size and yield

A gene that influences the yield and size of rice grains could help crop breeders develop better varieties of …

11/04/07

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New tool tracks regional carbon levels

Scientists have developed a tool to measure greenhouse gases at a regional level, which could help evaluate carbon …

27/03/07

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The crisis in China's science journalism

Media coverage of science is declining in China — but scientists, press officers and journalists could change the …

05/03/07

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China sets an example in HIV/AIDS control

China has used 'bold' intervention and education, backed up by science, to control the spread of HIV/AIDS, say …

26/02/07

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Developing countries may fail MDG sanitation targets

Developing countries may fail to meet the Millennium Development Goals' sanitation targets because they lack civil …

21/02/07

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Gene discovery could lead to flood-resistant rice

Researchers have identified a gene that allows rice to survive underwater for up to two weeks, offering …

10/08/06

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Malaria hijacks liver cells to avoid immune system

Scientists have shown how malaria parasites evade the immune system as they move from the liver to blood cells — a …

04/08/06

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