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Artificial Intelligence best-practices in agriculture can help bridge digital divide while tackling food insecurity
Remarks by Henrietta H. Fore, UNICEF Executive Director Leaders on Purpose Event CEO Summit
Venture with Air invites you to search for solutions to air pollution problems in cities
Anthropologists compare a composite measure of physiological dysregulation among humans and other primates
Boost for global response to COVID-19 as economies worldwide formally sign up to COVAX facility
Global COVID-19 study finds a strong link between health messaging and behaviour
Gene-edited livestock ‘surrogate sires’ successfully made fertile
Countries must do more to ensure sustainable development of ocean activities
Plant protein discovery could reduce need for fertiliser
In a mite-y bit of trouble
EPBC refusal protects migratory birds
Protecting estuarine cities from rising sea levels
Understand what works when trying to protect monkeys and apes, say scientists
Microscopy Approach Poised to Offer New Insights into Liver Diseases
Seafood could account for 25% of animal protein needed to meet projected increases in demand
Microscopy Approach Poised to Offer New Insights into Liver Disease
Concordia student maps global primate habitat endangered by climate change
Future of public health
COVID-19 linked to increase in type 1 diabetes in children
Treating children for worms yields long-term benefits, says new study
COVID-19 lockdown caused 50 percent global reduction in human-linked Earth vibrations
COVID-19 lockdown causes 50% global reduction in human-linked Earth vibrations
OSU researchers part of international effort to save critically endangered seabird
Most polar bear populations likely to collapse by end of century if global warming continues
Rising uncertainties from COVID-19 cloud medium-term agricultural prospects
Deep fake videos, imploding watermelons, and sautéed spiders: a taste of National Science Week
As more go hungry and malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in doubt, UN report warns
Researchers explain antibody testing work to track COVID-19 infections in UK
Walking Along Blue Spaces Such as Beaches or Lakes Benefits Mental Health
A better understanding of plant life
MIT Arab SciTech Virtual IDEAthon rethinks learning during Covid-19
How natural history collections can predict next pandemic
Earth Challenge 2020: Calling on citizens to help support global food supply
FAO Director-General calls for new approach to stop soil loss on World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought
Healthy Plants – Healthy People – Healthy Planet 17 June
Research aided by Penn State to explore impact of pandemic on world’s youth
Threats to global food security from emerging fungal crop pathogens
Kawasaki-like syndrome linked to COVID-19 in children is a new condition
Fisheries management works, so it’s time to apply it more broadly
Why developing a successful COVID-19 vaccine is only half battle
WHO welcomes crucial new funding for vaccines
COVID-19 Intensifies Urgency to Expand Sustainable Energy Solutions Worldwide
Otago and ESR collaboration gets funding to track COVID-19 spread and evolution in NZ
Address, National Press Club 26 May
Building blocks to deliver investment in technology and low emissions future
Researchers show how fishmeal and oil alternatives can support aquaculture growth
New purchasing power parities show low- and middle-income economies account for half of global economy
Delivering food security on limited land