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Rising demand for renewable energy could drive more land grabs, warn researchers1-September-2011
Rising demand for the dominant form of renewable energy worldwide – wood – could drive yet more acquisitions of land in developing countries where food insecurity is rising and land rights are weak, say researchers at the International Institute for Environment and Development.
Asia Research News 2011 - latest issue now available29-August-2011
From probes that read nerve responses to a vaccine which targets all dengue viruses, the latest edition of Asia Research News features all the cutting-edge science from across Asia.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ASIA NOW ACCEPTING ENTRIES FOR “ASIAN INNOVATION AWARDS 2011” - Seeking the top innovations and the best ideas in Asia Pacific31-March-2011
The Wall Street Journal Asia announced that it is now accepting entries for the Asian Innovation Awards 2011. Presented in sole partnership with Credit Suisse for the second year running, the Awards are committed to finding the next big ideas in Asia Pacific, from entirely new inventions to the advancement of a classic idea.
High-temperature superconductor spills secret: A new phase of matter30-March-2011
Scientists have found the strongest evidence yet that a puzzling gap in the electronic structures of some high-temperature superconductors could indicate a new phase of matter.
Small farmers crucial for global food security: New documentary series highlights grassroots innovation23-March-2011
Can global food production keep up with the growing human numbers and rising human aspirations? Or is the world slowly descending to a Malthusian catastrophe with food shortages, food riots and famines? As extreme weather and disaster events increase worldwide, these questions worry scientists, policy makers and national planners everywhere.
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