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Africa adopts new index that helps track progress in mass treatment of neglected tropical diseases.
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In India’s rural areas, households with no mobile phones are losing out on health services, says study.
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World’s first sea mining project off the coast of PNG faces a funds crunch and legal challenges.
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A non-centrifugal blood separation system could boost care off-grid and after disaster.
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Ultrafine aerosols in Amazonia could have a role in climate shifts around the world.
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A dengue vaccine fiasco leaves Filipinos wary of immunisation drives, says Crispin Maslog.
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An online news service is in discussions with journals to help disseminate African research to the public.
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New strains of stem rust threaten huge cultivation areas of the essential crop in Africa, Asia and Europe.
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Better data and local testing are needed to back claims on the effectiveness of services for poor farmers.
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Dams like Tucuruí, one of Brazil’s largest, contribute to exposure that needs monitoring, researchers report.
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