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    Colombia’s ‘dinosaur of peace’

    Colombia’s 2016 Peace Agreement has led to an unexpected outcome: the discovery of a new species of dinosaur. Researchers now know that, around 175 million...

    Using Artificial Intelligence to Protect Maternal Health

    An interdisciplinary team is developing a mobile health platform that uses AI to detect infection in Cesarean section wounds. The mobile platform uses artificial...

    ‘Massive COVID-19 Failure’ Sets Back Global Development

    A report by the Lancet’s Commission on the COVID-19 pandemic points to a ‘massive global failure’ that led to COVID-19 deaths and reversal of...

    Stethoscope ‘Still Useful’ to Detect Child Heart Problems

    The humble stethoscope remains valuable in detecting childhood heart ailments, especially as imaging the heart with echocardiography is costlier and burdens health systems. Scientists...

    Every Minute Counts: Growing Community Ownership of Flood Early Warning Systems in Nepal

    The Koshi River can be a bane during monsoons. Now, in a unique experiment in early warning from ICIMOD, an alarm system programmed to...

    Flood-Hit Pakistan Faces Spread of Infectious Diseases

    Around 33 million people affected by floods in Pakistan are now vulnerable to various diseases. Millions need immediate assistance, especially as floods have damaged...

    Analysis of Email Traffic Suggests Remote Work May Stifle Innovation

    At MIT, social networks with “weak ties,” which help foster new ideas, declined during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers report. Michaela Jarvis | MIT News Office The debate over...

    Rice Dwarfing Virus Threatens Indian Yields

    Southern Rice Black-Streaked Dwarf Virus, which was first discovered in China, has been detected in North India’s main rice-producing states and officials fear that...
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    Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Spell Trouble Downstream

    Researchers strive to better understand melting glaciers on Asian mountain peaks, the Earth’s ‘Third Pole,’ in light of devastating...

    Five Decades On, Bangladesh Debates If Its Constitution Retains the Spirit of Liberation War

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life feel that successive constitutional amendments have been made for political, personal gains...

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    The Montreal Protocol — designed to save the ozone layer — is also averting a dangerous amount of global...

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