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Makerere develops model for AIDS cure

Makerere University researchers have developed a model that could lead to a cure or preventive treatment for HIV/AIDS.

Kiira extension had design flaw

I am glad that the Ministry of Energy has at last come out on the Owen Falls Extension, although in quite an unprofessional way (The New Vision, Monday,...

Uganda tests malaria herbs

For centuries, Ugandans have used herbs to treat the malaria. While they have been largely effective, their safety has never been tested.

Gate offers science fund

Uganda is one of the three countries to benefit from the sh34b multi-billionaire, which Bill Gates has offered to develop science in Africa.

Easy way to clean water

Every year, many Ugandans die from water-borne diseases like diarrhoea.

IT journalists to be rewarded

JOURNALIST writing and broadcasting about Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) now have a reason to smile. Two organisations have joined...

Fat people biologically avoid exercises,...

OBESE people are simply unable to get off their backsides, a team of American scientists who attached electrodes to people’s underwear to arrive at their...

Banana researchers scoop regional award

A young scientist at Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute is set to boost banana produce in the country.

IT dialogue on monthly

KAMPALA – The United Nations Association of Uganda (UNAU) has launched a monthly Information communication Technology (ICT) stakeholders’ dialogue...

Monsanto fined $1.5m for Indonesian bribe...

AGROCHEMICAL giant Monsanto has been fined $1.5m for bribing an official in Indonesia.


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Mubende's land wrangles

Three thousand Ugandans who were last year violently evicted from five villages of Mubende municipality have resorted to peaceful means to seek justice.