Articles By Science and Development Network
A new report on global sustainable innovation and competitiveness raises concerns over the large gap that exists between various nations in the region.
In the upcoming elections, a political party representing science aims to retain its seat and continue to influence policy, reports Crispin Maslog.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences is planning a major new drive to extend science cooperation with developing countries.
India’s science and technology minister, S. Jaipal Reddy, has announced a new ‘grand challenges’ program with partners like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Around 400 scientists from 80 countries have come together to declare that polio could be wiped off the face of the Earth in five years.
The five BRICS countries have agreed to set up a bank that will fund development and infrastructure projects in developing countries.
Temperatures in South-East Asia’s Lower Mekong Basin are set to rise by up to three times the global average temperature increase, according to a USAID-funded study.
Urine mixed with compost makes a superior fertilizer, according to the results of a study carried out in a farmer’s field outside Nepal’s capital city.
An expert says that fresh estimates of the number of cases of dengue fever in South-East Asia and one country in South Asia are too low.
Researchers have developed a model that allows malaria epidemics in arid northwest India to be predicted four months in advance.