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Bats Could Help Protect Rice Against Pests Bats Could Help Protect Rice Against Pests
  • April 15th, 2014
  • The wrinkle-lipped bat might be useful in protecting rice shoots against the white-backed planthopper, scientists say.

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Bats Could Help Protect Rice Against Pests

Bats Could Help Protect Rice Against Pests

The wrinkle-lipped bat might be useful in protecting rice shoots against the white-backed planthopper, scientists say.

Health & Medicine »
Drug-Resistant Malaria Gaining Ground In SE Asia

Drug-Resistant Malaria Gaining Ground In SE Asia

Although malaria deaths and diagnoses have declined, a worrying drug-resistance is emerging in Southeast Asia.

Academia »
Student Board Game To Fight Rabies In Southeast Asia

Student Board Game To Fight Rabies In Southeast Asia

The United Nations is partnering with the University of Sydney to manufacture a board game that educates children in Asia about the risk of rabies.

Tech & Pharma »
South-East Asia Embraces Carbon-Tracking Calculator

South-East Asia Embraces Carbon-Tracking Calculator

An app which helps make predictions of the impact of government policies on climate change is gaining popularity across Asia.

Editorials »
Medical Tourism In Asia Goes Under The Knife

Medical Tourism In Asia Goes Under The Knife

Millions are willing to travel for cheaper cosmetic treatments. Dr. Neil Lunt discusses the risks and benefits Asian countries are facing as they progress into becoming the ‘hub’ of medical tourism.