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Data from 16 states show contamination, traced to excessive extraction that releases uranium into deep aquifers.
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Pakistan shows the reality of climate impacts — but carbon-centric science and policy don’t help, says Adil Najam.
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Advancing equality in science requires an overhaul of the institutional establishment, says Mame Yaye Kène Gassama.
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The five treatments include two used in Guinea to save the only baby known to have survived the deadly disease.
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India-born Shwetal Shah, nominated for Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asia list, talks about charting her path as a woman in tech.
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This year’s soaring temperatures are part of a heat wave trend that threatens crop yields as well as human health.
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A recent controversy triggers long-standing debate over subscription vs open- access journals. Fatima Arkin reports.
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A stronger gender perspective will improve both science and people’s lives, says Mexico’s Julia Tagüeña.
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Wearable kit designed after Iraq deployment to make decontamination more ‘intuitive’.
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Materials that smooth over rough surfaces can ease the burden of respiratory disease by preventing toxic mould.
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