Science and need — not wealth or nationality — should guide vaccine allocation and prioritization

April 19, 2021 — Ensuring COVID-19 vaccine access for refugee and displaced populations, and addressing health inequities, is vital for

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The race is on, but cooling industry needs to accelerate net zero efforts

First-ever report shows cooling industry slow to join race to net zero emissions; New tools released to support industry to join the race to zero; Major cooling industry player Johnson Controls reinforces commitment to net zero cooling

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Data Sharing Toolkit could contribute to unlocking greater food security

CABI and the Open Data Institute (ODI) has launched a Data Sharing Toolkit which could contribute to greater food security in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia through better access to data on soil health, agronomy and fertilizer

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Global evidence for how EdTech can support pupils with disabilities is ‘thinly spread’

Report reveals ‘astonishing’ shortage of information about how rapid advances in educational technology could help pupils with disabilities in low and middle-income countries

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Households in Zimbabwe affected by fall armyworm are 12% more likely to experience hunger

CABI has led the first study to explore the income and food security effects of the fall armyworm invasion on a country — revealing that in Zimbabwe smallholder maize-growing households blighted by the pest are 12% more likely to experience hunger

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Association of clinical, biological, brain MRI findings with electroencephalographic findings for patients with COVID-19

What The Study Did: Researchers analyzed neurologic manifestations, biological and electroencephalography (EEG, which records the brain’s electrical activity) findings plus brain

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Hospital admissions associated with noncommunicable diseases during COVID-19 outbreak in Brazil

What The Study Did: Researchers assessed the number of hospital admissions for noncommunicable diseases (abnormal tissue growths, metabolic diseases, cardiovascular diseases

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SUTD study uncovers how big droughts in the Greater Mekong trigger CO2 emission bursts

Deeper understanding of the climate-water-energy nexus will significantly contribute towards planning and managing transnational power grids.

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