Indian medical scientists are developing a testing kit capable of diagnosing allergic disease caused by moths.
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Trials in Africa show that HIV prevention drugs could cut the risk of infection by 50 per cent in women.
This photo gallery explores communities at risk from zoonotic disease and efforts to improve their resilience.
A mobile tech project is helping eight Sub-Saharan African nations access new family planning data every six months.
Hear MSF’s Elvina Motard explain how new technologies are transforming emergency response.
Milk produced by a roach species is the inspiration for the making of energy-rich food supplements.
A burger made with the addition of cowpeas is healthier than pure meat and popular with consumers.
India’s experience shows a wider notion of vulnerability is needed to protect human rights, says Alan Leroux.
Governments must stockpile the equipment and materials needed to fight pandemics, a science summit hears.
This photo gallery follows researchers trying to unlock the secrets of the disfiguring disease leishmaniasis.
Bad quality data on HIV results in poor care for women and marginalised groups, a report finds.
Pakistan has begun using data from a dengue helpline to forecast likely case numbers three weeks in advance.
First species can improve conditions for second one and so intensify the disease, a study in mice shows.
A gallery on UK research into parasite strains and their insect vectors, to improve drug treatment.