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    Philippine Research Model Targets ‘Real-World Solutions’

    Engaging communities ensures research translates to real solutions and that this in turn will lead to a domino effect on overall development and progress....

    Researchers Develop Better Way to Make Painkiller From Trees

    The researchers started with ground-up poplar biomass and turned it into crystalized paracetamol along with several other valuable products. By Chris Hubbuch / University of Wisconsin–Madison Scientists at the...

    Water Governance Vital to Future of One Billion People in South Asia

    The future of one billion people in South Asia hinges on a water pact as climate change compounds pressures on water resources and brings...

    World Soils Potassium-deficient in Wake of Ukraine War

    One fifth of agricultural soils are deficient in potassium, says a study, adding that sanctions on Russia and Belarus have led to 500 per...

    Innovation ‘Imperative’ for Securing Rice Production

    Genetic innovations and AI-driven tech can help mitigate climate risks for rice, says the International Rice Research Institute’s incoming chief. By Neena Bhandari Innovations in rice...

    This Tiny, Tamper-proof ID Tag Can Authenticate Almost Anything

    MIT engineers developed a tag that can reveal with near-perfect accuracy whether an item is real or fake. The key is in the glue...

    World’s Tallest Railway Bridge to Aid Kashmir’s Growth

    The Chenab Bridge is the world’s tallest railway bridge. The Himalayan region of Jammu and Kashmir eyes economic boost as bridge nears opening. Once...

    This Ultrasound Sticker Senses Changing Stiffness of Deep Internal Organs

    The sticky, wearable sensor could help identify early signs of acute liver failure. Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office MIT engineers have developed a small ultrasound sticker that...
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    In Bangladesh, Nipah Virus Keeps the Health System on its Toes

    There’s no cure and no vaccine for the Nipah Virus – and so far this year, both confirmed cases...

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    If a country and its creditors agree to a swap, a portion of that nation’s debt can be written...

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    During 2022 and 2023, Sri Lankans called for accountability for the prolonged economic crisis, corruption and human rights violations,...

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