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Intermittent HIV therapy 'not an option'

A trial to see if intermittent HIV treatment could safely cut costs and side effects was halted last week due to …

23/01/06

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HIV rates fall in parts of Africa and Caribbean

HIV infection rates have fallen for the first time in parts of sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean, says the UN's …

22/11/05

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Double benefits for DDT-resistant insects

DDT-resistant fruit flies have advantages over non-resistant ones, even when they are not being exposed to the …

09/08/05

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AIDS fight 'needs science to translate into policy'

Scientific research must feed into health policy to curb the HIV/AIDS epidemic, said researchers at a conference …

27/07/05

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WHO says GM food may benefit health and environment

The WHO says GM food has had no ill effects on human health or the environment, and could potentially enhance both …

24/06/05

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Boost for science and maths teaching in Kenya

A US$7 million initiative has been launched in Kenya to improve the teaching of science and mathematics in African …

31/07/03

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Move to unify soil data in Africa

A Kenya-based organisation has been chosen to spearhead dissemination of data on soils in Africa in a bid to …

08/07/03

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Optimism sweeps through Kenya’s science community

Researchers in Kenya have high hopes that their new government is ready to introduce changes that will set the …

27/06/03

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African nations seek joint environment plan

Ministers from over 20 African countries have backed a joint environment action plan proposed under the New …

20/06/03

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Kenya mourns death of a 'scientific giant'

Kenyan leaders have been paying tribute to Thomas Odhiambo, one of the leading figures in African science, who …

28/05/03

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Kenya to host African arm of drug initiative

The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) is to coordinate the African activities of a new international effort …

13/05/03

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Canada gives cash boost to Africa’s 'virtual university'

The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is to give US$12 million to improve high-level training in …

24/04/03

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