Research projects in the global South should brace for funding restrictions as the UK government announced it would slash overseas assistance to £10 billion next year, say academics.
Specially outfitted drones are helping scientists get close to active volcanoes in a quest to measure and better understand their carbon dioxide emissions.
Community engagement, open access will strengthen science research in developing countries, writes Nyovani Madise.
“Wheat blast” appeared in fields in Zambia. Fear is that it spreads in other countries.
Dang Thuy Binh, a scientist who studies river biodiversity in Vietnam tells about her work, and being a woman in science.
Folakemi Odedina, the founder and principal investigator at the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium, tells how she is turning brain drain into “brain gain” for Sub-Saharan Africa.
Water demand will continue to increase as its quality goes lower, espacially because of vegetation losses.
An hydrological model reveals new zones where malaria may develop due to climate change.
Research funding for emerging infectious diseases rarely reaches the countries where such diseases do the most harm.
The reception of a satellite ground receiving station prefigures the mastery of space techniques for Earth observation.