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22 August 2017
Scientists use a mathematical model to predict effective ways of controlling deadly maize lethal necrosis (MLN).
Photo by Neil Palmer (CIAT) via Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
22 August 2017
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) offers Advanced International Training Programmes (ITPs) as part of its global development assistance of strategic importance to the social, environmental and economic development. ITP 313d will focus on building human capacity in...
22 August 2017
NAI-researcher Cristina Rodrigues addresses urban inequalities at development research conference in Norway.
22 August 2017
Recently, some crazy scientists in Bristol, UK have discovered how to charge their smartphones with their own pee. By using micro-organisms which feed off their urine and generate electrons as a by-product, they have managed to produce enough electricity to charge a phone or power some lights....
Photo by: photothek/Ina Fassbender
18 August 2017
How can young people receive the support and knowledge they need to innovate and lead the sustainable future? How can youth engage in the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? These are the questions that were on the discussion table at the SIANI Youth’s and SDSN Youth’s joint...
18 August 2017
18-19th October 2017 Berlin, Germany ii2030 will bring together innovators from corporates, startups, the public sector, NGOs, and science to create solutions for a more inclusive society by 2030. The interactive event will employ technology as the engine to manufacture solutions for tomorrow’s...
16 August 2017
Converting forests into farms is not economically viable except in a few regions, says a global study.