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Abdus Salam's unfinished business

Abdus Salam used his genius to promote science in the developing world, but his legacy remains unfulfilled, says …

31/01/13

News

Nepal faces shortage of young scientists

Nepal needs to attract more students to S&T courses or face a serious shortage of scientists, experts say.

02/11/12

Opinion

Pakistan’s novel open access instrumentation

Pakistan's 'open access instrumentation' initiative can be replicated in other developing countries, opines …

01/11/12

News

Nepal plans biotechnology centre

Nepal’s new national biotechnology centre is expected to boost research in the sector.

02/03/12

News

Nepalese scheme could help retain science talent

Nepal will launch a stipends scheme to support bright science students and encourage them to stay in the country.

21/06/11

News

Cambridge to 'brain train' in India

Cambridge University is exploring collaboration in innovation, and ways to 'brain train' in India.

23/02/10

News

Pakistan's young scientists recognised in new academy

Pakistan's young scientists — aged 40 years and under — have set up an academy to boost their …

11/02/10

Editorials

Turning the brain drain from threat to opportunity

Europe's recent bid to attract more skilled workers underlines developing countries' need for greater – not …

02/11/07

News

Nepali scientists 'abandoning' national science academy

Nepali scientists are increasingly deserting their national science and technology academy in search of better jobs.

11/10/07

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