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US$13 million grant boosts women in agriculture

The Gates Foundation has given US$13 million to a scheme aiming to increase the number of African women in …

06/12/07

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Biofuel: Africa's new oil?

Biofuel holds promise for Africa but research is not yet in place to fully reap the rewards, or analyse the …

05/12/07

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Ownership squabbles 'hindering' conservation

Arguments over ownership of animal genetic resources are delaying vital conservation efforts, say experts.

07/09/07

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'Hardy' livestock on the decline in developing world

Hardy livestock breeds in developing countries are under threat of extinction as higher-yielding animals are used …

03/09/07

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Heavy rainfall tied to sunspot cycles in East Africa

Scientists have found a link between heavy rainfall and sunspot cycles in East Africa which they say could help …

08/08/07

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Farmers and researchers: Annan urges stronger links

Kofi Annan, chairman of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, has urged scientists and farmers to unite …

17/07/07

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Kenya kick starts innovation fund

Kenya has committed US$2.9 million to kick start a new public-private fund for science, technology and innovation …

20/06/07

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AU: African ICT policies must match regional needs

Information and communication policies must match regional needs if inter-country projects are to succeed, says …

06/06/07

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Science publisher extends journalists' access

Science publisher Elsevier is to provide journalists from developing countries with free access to research from …

23/04/07

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Government interference 'impeding science reporting'

Governments in the developing world are policing science reportage of large public-funded projects, say journalists.

20/04/07

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East African universities to gain from web tools deal

A software deal signed by universities in Kenya and Rwanda will improve access to web-based communications for …

26/03/07

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Scientists identify a chink in HIV's armour

Researchers have discovered a fatal weakness in HIV that could help develop an effective vaccine.

16/02/07

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