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Monday
31/12/2012
Key interviews of 2012
SciDev.Net looks back over the year's interviews, highlighting some of the most fascinating Q&A (question and answer) articles. ....
Monday
31/12/2012
Islamic states agree new plan for science
Islamic states are aiming to improve their knowledge economies with a new science plan, but some have criticised its general approach. ....
Monday
31/12/2012
Biogas for agriculture sustainability
Latin American governments should support the growing interest to convert agricultural waste into biogas, a meeting has heard. ....
Monday
31/12/2012
Director-General remembers FAO Goodwill Ambassador Rita Levi Montalcini
The death of Italian scientist and physician Rita Levi Montalcini, 103, has claimed a tireless advocate for a hunger-free world, FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva said t ....
Friday
28/12/2012
African scientists call for climate change evidence
Africa's science academies have issued a statement calling for evidence to fill large gaps in the continent’s climate-change evidence base. ....
Friday
28/12/2012
Top controversies of 2012
SciDev.Net revisits some of the hottest controversies in science and development in 2012. ....
Friday
28/12/2012
Network to boost visibility of Latin America"s science
An open-access science network plans to catalyse the foundation of research repositories and boost transnational science collaborations. ....
Friday
28/12/2012
Asia-Pacific commits to improving health data systems
A meeting of Asia-Pacific governments has culminated with a commitment to strengthen health data systems to help boost quality of life. ....
Friday
28/12/2012
Countries need better science to win trade disputes
With disputes about the quality of exports on the rise, developing countries need to boost scientific capacity to win claims, says Joel D. Adriano. ....
Friday
28/12/2012
New rotavirus strains may hit India"s vaccination plans
Strains of rotavirus earlier found only in animals are now infecting human beings. ....
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