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water quality affects growth

Healthy growth of infants in developing countries can be directly affected by the poor quality of water supply, water storage and sanitation, a study has...

Poor nations lead in GM

Farmers in developing countries are switching to genetically modified (GM) crops at more than twice the rate of farmers in the industrialised world, according...

‘Genetically modified mosquitoes’ no...

Hopes of tackling diseases like malaria by creating genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes that resist parasite and viral infections have suffered a setback...

Mushrooms are nutritional fungi

KINGS and warriors ate it to enhance immunity and optimise performance. Brides and grooms did so to increase sexual potency on the wedding night

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US buys the Dolly patent Forest fires trigger gases Consider costs for GM Cake slices same in math

Honey bees used to discover US landmines...

Meet the latest weapon in the fight against landmines ––bees. Yes, regular honeybees. They have proven more effective than sniffer dogs at searching...

Ecstasy trigger on trial

PARIS—US doctors are casting around for female volunteers to test an “Orgasmatron,� an implanted device that will trigger instant ecstasy, the weekly...

Tarpaulin can save Kilimanjaro ice cap

The celebrated ice cap on Africa’s loftiest peak could vanish within 20 years, taking with it a unique scientific resource

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New recyclable plastics found Turkey, origin of Euro languages

Kitchen smoke bigger killer than malaria...

Smoke from burning wood, dung and crop residues on cooking stoves, often in unventilated kitchens, kills more people than malaria and nearly as many as...

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Will the Uganda Airlines survive in the already dominated bussiness?