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As the human population grows, we are depleting our natural resources such as oil reserves and land that is suitable for agriculture. In… Read more »
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October is an important month in the commemoration of babies lost in pregnancy and the brief lives of those who died shortly after… Read more »
Parasitologists, microbiologists and chemists came together for fruitful discussions at the British Society for Parasitology 2016… Read more »
Reproductive Health has published a new supplement titled ‘Building community-level resilience for the care of women with… Read more »
The discovery that 23% the samples of fresh fruits, vegetables and mushrooms collected in a region of Poland were contaminated… Read more »
A new study has identified the proteosome protein complex as a promising new drug target for kinetoplastid protozoa, with one… Read more »
Anopheles mosquitoes have made their move, donning a thicker armour against insecticide- now what’s ours?
The Three Gorges hydroelectric dam is a feat of modern engineering: providing power to a vast region, lowering flood risks along… Read more »
Insecticide resistance is a huge threat to the malaria control. A new study suggest that the bad news about insecticide resistance… Read more »