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USAID grant awarded to improve food security in Africa

...will address food security and trade issues in the sub-Saharan countries of mali and Senegal in West Africa and Uganda in East Africa. Both mali and Senegal have stable governments interested in addressing agricultural i...

The good, the bad and the smelly: USGS at the 2008 Coral Reef Symposium

...ntified Aspergillus from dust samples, although often only to the genus level. To test this, researchers isolated fungi from dust samples collected in mali and St. Croix. Although a diversity of fungi was documented from African dust, including seven species of Aspergillus, none of the samples contained A...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 28, 2007

...E First identification of blood on sculptures from ancient Kingdom of mali Analytical Chemistry Scientists in France are reporting for the... first time that sculptors from the fantastically wealthy ancient Empire of mali once the source of almost half the worlds gold used blood to form the bea...

Electric jolt triggers release of biomolecules, nanoparticles

...Searson and Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering graduate students Prashant mali and Nirveek Bhattacharjee concluded that this controlled release of molecul...olecules to an electrode and use it again." Earlier this year, Searson, mali and Bhattacharjee reported on their technique in the journal Nano Letters. ...

UN pours polio vaccine into Yemen amid outbreak

...Afghanistan and Egypt, it said, with another six where polio has been re-established ?Burkina Faso, the Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, mali and Sudan. ...

Six million Africans face famine because of locusts, drought

...s much as doubled, OCHA said, while the prices for undernourished cattle and other livestock have plummeted. Children younger than 5 in Mauritania, mali and Niger are suffering from rapidly spreading malnutrition and in Niger many villagers have been feeding themselves with wild plants, it said. ...
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