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June 24 2013

From SciDev.Net's Blog Mon Jun 24 2013, 07:50:01

Since we started this blog we have had numerous journalists cover events from around the world. We will continue to post from events, but on our new look website as the SciDev.Net at large blog. Thank you for joining us and I hope you continue to read our coverage in its new home. Click here [...]

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From SciDev.Net's Blog Mon Jun 24 2013, 07:50:01

We have launched a shiny new SciDev.Net website and we are taking our event blog over there. Since we started this blog we have had numerous journalists cover events relating to science and development from around the world. We will continue to post from events, but over on our SciDev.Net at large blog. Thank you for [...]

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June 21 2013

From SciDev.Net's Blog Fri Jun 21 2013, 10:04:01

We are moving Since we started this blog we have had numerous journalists cover events from around the world. We will continue to post from even more events but on our new look website (www.scidev.net) as the SciDev.Net at large blog. Thank you for joining us and I hope you continue to read our coverage [...]

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April 28 2013

From SciDev.Net's Blog Sun Apr 28 2013, 06:06:31

Daniel Nelson Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net When Terry Cannon accused fossil fuel corporations of genocide for continuing to explore for oil, gas and coal, he caused eyebrows to rise. Yet some of his other remarks to the final session of the conference on community-based adaptation to climate change - and to a short parallel course on [...]

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From SciDev.Net's Blog Sun Apr 28 2013, 06:06:31

Daniel Nelson Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net When Terry Cannon accused fossil fuel corporations of genocide for continuing to explore for oil, gas and coal, he caused eyebrows to rise. Yet some of his other remarks to the final session of the conference on community-based adaptation to climate change - and to a short parallel course on [...]

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April 24 2013

From SciDev.Net's Blog Wed Apr 24 2013, 11:22:11

Nehal Lasheen Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net Attending a conference under the title of 'Women in Science and Technology in the Arab Countries',  I expected to find a distinct and remarkable presence of female and male scientists from most of the Arab countries. I therefore felt a bit down when I found that many countries were not represented, particularly countries from [...]

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From SciDev.Net's Blog Wed Apr 24 2013, 11:22:11

Nehal Lasheen Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net Attending a conference under the title of 'Women in Science and Technology in the Arab Countries',  I expected to find a distinct and remarkable presence of female and male scientists from most of the Arab countries. I therefore felt a bit down when I found that many countries were not represented, particularly countries from [...]

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From SciDev.Net's Blog Wed Apr 24 2013, 05:39:34

Rehab Abd Almohsen Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net While the armed conflict in Syria is closing its second year, a gathering of more than 100 Arab women scientists in Kuwait take this as chance to remember the loss of their Syrian colleague, scientist Ahlam Imad who were assassinated by armed groups in June 2011. The professor at the Faculty of [...]

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From SciDev.Net's Blog Wed Apr 24 2013, 05:39:34

Rehab Abd Almohsen Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net While the armed conflict in Syria is closing its second year, a gathering of more than 100 Arab women scientists in Kuwait take this as chance to remember the loss of their Syrian colleague, scientist Ahlam Imad who were assassinated by armed groups in June 2011. The professor at the Faculty of [...]

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From SciDev.Net's Blog Wed Apr 24 2013, 04:50:41

Daniel Nelson Freelance journalist, SciDev.Net A conference on community-based adaptation to climate change in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is in lock down because of a “hartal”, or general strike, which aims to bring commercial life in the city to a halt. The strike makes it risky to leave the hotel that is staging the meeting and where most [...]

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