You are looking at all articles byT.V. Padma

Progress or PR? How to report clinical trials

T.V. Padma shows you how to separate real progress from hype and challenge poor practice when you're reporting on …

30/09/10

Crop research 'must switch to climate adaptation'

Crop research must switch to climate change resilience instead of higher yields, say experts at an international …

23/11/07

Fighting for sight in the developing world

T. V. Padma takes a look at methods that are helping the developing world's blind people see again, and helping …

11/10/07

Space technology 'invaluable for development'

Satellites are invaluable for gathering and delivering important information to advance developing countries, …

28/09/07

Asian disaster management project to expand

A Japanese initiative using satellite data to provide disaster information in Asia could extend its coverage to …

27/09/07

Treat HIV babies early, urge researchers

A South African trial has shown that treating HIV-infected children with antiretroviral drugs in the early months …

25/07/07

Gaps in HIV/TB research spell 'catastrophe'

Patients infected with both HIV and TB are not being diagnosed or treated adequately due to wide gaps in research, …

24/07/07

Gene therapy and new drugs hold HIV promise

A human trial of HIV gene therapy and new drugs hold hope for treatment, say scientists at an international HIV …

24/07/07

Better screening takes the fight to drug-resistant HIV

Scientists have developed a faster, cheaper method to screen for drug-resistant HIV, an increasing problem in …

05/07/07

WHO plans to 'strangle' drug-resistant TB

The WHO hopes its new, two-year plan will keep a 'stranglehold' on drug-resistant tuberculosis and save over a …

26/06/07

Scientists crack mosquito code

The genome of the Aedes aegypti mosquito will give insight into its biology and behaviour and could lead to new …

17/05/07

Drug-resistant plague a 'major threat', say scientists

Plague could easily develop drug-resistance and become a major health threat, warn scientists.

23/03/07

Load more