A new study by some international researchers has revealed that global maize and wheat production may be affected by 2030 if current trends of climate change persist.
A South African grade 10 learner, Ronaldo Mphofela, in a short video, outlined how electricity has helped to improve the living conditions of people in his community.
plus With COVID-19 stalling the fight against obesity, over 40% of world adults are now obese, says the 2021 Global Nutrition Report (GNR).
un Bioavailable drugs will soon emerge for treating Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases as a researcher at Montreal University develops an in vitro model for reproducing the complexity of a whole brain.
A group of chemists, microbiologists and engineers have produced a new type of nanomaterial dressing with antibiotic effect on burns and skin wounds, caused by bacteria.
es effets Effects of climate change are greater in the Mediterranean and Middle East than in other regions of the world, a workshop report reveals.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University and Zhujiang Hospital of Southern Medical University, have developed a ferritin (Fn)-based nanomedicine as efficient therapy against leukemia.
In a lecture at the Berlin Science Week, Philip Kitcher, Professor Emeritus at Columbia University, New York, highlighted the ‘understandable reasons’ slowing climate action.
The implementation of public health policies on tobacco, alcohol and unhealthy foods is been hampered by the influence of large business firms, and poverty, among other factors.
Foresight practitioners at the ‘Tsukuba Conference for Future Shapers 2021’ shared their experiences, while examining innovative approaches of anticipating the ‘future normal’ of young scientists.