Secrecy around the HIV-positive status of young children in school is denying them the care and support they need for a good start.
The most effective way to provide children in the CAR with access to education is to aim interventions at them directly.
In many instances, social media appears to be amplifying violence, creating a culture of impunity when perpetrators are not held accountable, and increasing insecurity and suspicion.
It is important to understand the issues of intolerance through statistics. But it is crucial to dig deeper to understand why a person becomes intolerant.
Mindfulness aligns itself with science and academia to be seen as credible but it lacks any real evidence.
Centuries-old shinise businesses have withstood Westernisation, changing tastes and increasing competition.
Academic partnerships with diplomats, industry leaders and others, can provide a comprehensive approach to addressing the challenges faced by women in STEM.
Only one Canadian discovery has brought home a Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. But, like winning another Stanley Cup, Canadians should not give up hope.
A growing body of research points to the importance of one personality trait – intellectual humility – and how it influences our learning, relationships and worldview.
According to a new study, those who have a tendency to sabotage their relationships may find solace in the fictional worlds of TV and movies.
Innovation and industry policy is receiving the least attention just when it may matter most to our economic future.
A number of contradictory studies have found a link between Parkinson's and having your appendix out.
South Africa is ahead of the pack when it comes to research output in Africa. But this ranking is not a celebration.
Some multinational food corporations may have learned a few tricks from big tobacco.
The mere presence of NGOs, no matter their size or aims, inadvertently reduced the legitimacy of local village headmen.
Human rights organisations worry that the UNHCR may be helping refugees return to war zones and, as an enabler of repatriation, are helping Kenya to violate refugees' rights
Our findings suggest that the demand for rhino horn is unlikely to fall because people's beliefs are firmly entrenched.
There's almost no place on earth that doesn't hold traces of humanity. But which routes did our ancestors follow first?
Could mothers be responsible for the gender gap? Or are other factors at play?
An urgent discussion is needed around the cost of research publications.