Andrea Cornwall: As the alternative Aids summit in Kolkata has shown, society should start treating women who work in the industry with respect instead of disgust (#women's #empowerment, mobilising sex workers to improve their working conditions, ...
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon launched a new independent global network of research centres, universities and technical institutions last week to help find solutions for some of the world’s most pressing environmental, social and...
A gene from wild Indian rice plants can significantly raise the yield of common varieties in nutrient-poor soils by boosting root growth.
While many are leery of GMOs (with good reasons linked to health), it is important to recognize that there is society value to agricultural research that works on improving yields. This article would be a good "other side of the coin" resource to share when discussing GMOs.
Sierra Leone, Ghana, Niger and Guinea are falling short of their millennium development goal on access to sanitation (RT @Connect2GDNet: MT @wspworldbank RT @GdnDevelopment: West Africa desperate for cleaner toilets to save slums from cholera
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