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UNEP
Young innovators seek solutions to close the ‘knowledge gap’
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Reducing the scientific knowledge gap between industrialized countries and the developing world is one of the eight UN Millennium Development Goals which nations seek to attain by 2015. Research4Life, a public-private partnership between UN entities, publishers and research institutes, helps
UNEP
Young innovators seek solutions to close the 'knowledge gap'
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Reducing the scientific knowledge gap between industrialized countries and the developing world is one of the eight UN Millennium Development Goals which nations seek to attain by 2015. Research4Life, a public-private partnership between UN entities, publishers and research institutes, helps
Over 700 Elsevier Science & Technology Books Now Available in Research4Life
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Elsevier is contributing an additional 950 electronic books to Research4Life, a public-private partnership working to achieve the UN’s Millennium Development Goals by providing developing world access to critical scientific research. Building on the 800 existing Elsevier science and technology books, the
Over 700 Elsevier Science & Technology Books Now Available in Research4Life
Posted in: News
Elsevier is contributing an additional 950 electronic books to Research4Life, a public-private partnership working to achieve the UN’s Millennium Development Goals by providing developing world access to critical scientific research. Building on the 800 existing Elsevier science and technology books, the
Wiley
Wiley-Blackwell Announces 102 Additional Products Available through Research4Life
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Hoboken, NJ, January 6, 2011—Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (NYSE:JWa and JWb), announced today that an additional 88 journals and 24 non-journal resources will be available through the three United
Research4Life software development challenge presented to thousands of students in Microsoft’s Imagine Cup
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REDMOND, Wash. — Nov. 22, 2010 — Microsoft Corp. today announced Imagine Cup Solve This, a new program to provide inspiration for students looking to help solve the world’s toughest problems. In the spirit of “crowdsourcing,” intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), nongovernmental organizations
How Providing Access to Research Helps Address the UN Millennium Development Goals – Microsoft’s Frank McCosker
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Posted by Frank McCosker Managing Director, Global Strategic Accounts At Microsoft, we are driven by the idea that technology helps enable people to realize their full potential. Our involvement with Research4Life is a great example of how access to technology and the information
How Providing Access to Research Helps Address the UN Millennium Development Goals – Microsoft's Frank McCosker
Posted in: News
Posted by Frank McCosker Managing Director, Global Strategic Accounts At Microsoft, we are driven by the idea that technology helps enable people to realize their full potential. Our involvement with Research4Life is a great example of how access to technology and the information
Research4Life’s AGORA Programme Helps Researchers in Burkina Faso Address Agricultural Challenges (PDF)
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Research4Life’s AGORA Programme Helps Researchers in Burkina Faso Address Agricultural Challenges New video illustrates how local research institute uses scientific information to change the way people grow their crops. As one of the poorest countries in the world, Burkina Faso regularly
STM Appoints Richard Gedye Director of Outreach Programmes
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Oxford, 1 September 2010 From 1 January 2011, STM is pleased to announce that Richard Gedye, currently Research Director at Oxford University Press, will assume responsibility for STM’s Outreach Programmes upon his retirement from OUP. These programmes include Research4Life and
Researchers and Farmers in Burkina Faso Benefit from Research4Life’s AGORA Programme
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As one of the poorest countries in the world, Burkina Faso regularly suffers from drought, poor soil, lack of adequate communications and other infrastructure, a low literacy rate, and a stagnant economy. With 80% of the population relying on the
ILIG International Award Honours Vimbai Hungwe
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This annual prize is awarded to a person, group or committee, which has made a real difference to a community through their work in library and information services in countries outside the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This
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