The current Ebola outbreak in the DRC is incredibly difficult to manage.
Quantum machine learning is an exciting, rapidly growing field.
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There’s a perception among young South Africans that farm jobs are back-breaking and financially unappealing.
Technology is only part of the solution to giving people access to sanitation.
Appointing a credible director can be a step in the right direction for South Africa's parliamentary budget office.
When the policies and programmes developed in Belo Horizonte were rolled out nationally, Brazil experienced a notable decline in hunger.
UN agencies could play a role in improving training programmes for peacekeepers who help women.
Warmer oceans are contributing to more frequent tropical cyclones.
In Ghana, backpackers often don't feel safe. Upgrading technology can solve this problem.
Foraging is a crucial part of many diets and should not be discouraged.
It's much easier for people to access fatty, salty food than it is to find healthier options.
In Ethiopia, boys are more likely to go to school than girls are. Role models can change this.
Black women face a number of challenges in trying to become scientists.
Light pollution comes with numerous problems.
Developing countries present an opportunity for agroecological innovations to help small-scale farmers.
Diseases like cholera are among the many health crises Cyclone Idai has created.
"Fake news" even rears its head in academic spaces.
To fight fake news, it's crucial that science is spread in an understandable way.
In the era of fake news, science can play a crucial role.