Scientists analyzed data on antibiotic use from 76 countries between 2005 and 2015 and found that the consumption of these medications has increased rapidly in middle and low-income countries.
Scientists wanted to know how climbers affect birds that nest on cliffs.
Scientists studied an invasive snail species and their liver fluke parasites in Africa’s Lake Karina, the largest manmade lake in the world.
Scientists used a mathematical model to understand human impact and threats to the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Scientists wanted to track malaria hotspots in Bangladesh and their changes through time.
Researchers wanted to know if illegal hunters are the only problem rhinos are facing or other factors also influence their survival.
Researchers wanted to know how people in Haiti perceive malaria and whether they would accept the interventions the government has planned to eliminate this disease.
Scientists wanted to know if small mammals like rats and mice spread the form of schistosomiasis (snail fever) that affects humans.
Scientists monitored the nesting choices of more experienced yellow-bellied sapsucker woodpeckers for use as an indicator of high-quality bird habitat.
Researchers wanted to know if removing the fee for giving birth at public health facilities has a positive effect in developing countries.