Scientists studied an invasive snail species and their liver fluke parasites in Africa’s Lake Karina, the largest manmade lake in the world.
Scientists developed a mathematical model to find out what affects how long herd immunity lasts.
Researchers wanted to know if illegal hunters are the only problem rhinos are facing or other factors also influence their survival.
Scientists wanted to know if small mammals like rats and mice spread the form of schistosomiasis (snail fever) that affects humans.
Researchers wanted to know if removing the fee for giving birth at public health facilities has a positive effect in developing countries.
Scientists wanted to know if African velvet ants have a mimicry system and if they have fewer color patterns than the velvet ants in North America.
Researchers explored what makes some Ebola infections deadlier than others by analyzing thousands of Ebola cases, reported during the 2013-2016 outbreak in West Africa.
Scientists wanted to find out where most cases of cholera occurred in sub-Saharan Africa, to see where people are at the highest risk.
Scientists create mathematical models to study how well different vaccination programs do at preventing measles.
Researchers conducted a study in six different countries to find out if providing extremely poor people with livelihoods and food support could enable them to escape extreme poverty.