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Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

India and Indonesia’s 2024 elections will shape regional security and prosperity, with both nations tackling populism along with economic and global challenges.

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The violent unrest in New Caledonia is alarming. Sadly, the island territory is no stranger to violence.

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Increasing the amount of nature in our cities can provide many benefits as long as it’s done with biodiversity in mind.

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New vaccines for cancer and flu are among a host of promising RNA therapeutics currently in human clinical trials.

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The field of RNA therapeutics has expanded incredibly over the last 30 years, and mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines are just the start.

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No magic bullet is yet in sight, but three vaccines for skin and lung cancer types have advanced to the last phase of clinical trials.

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Clinical trials of an mRNA vaccine have begun and researchers expect broadly positive outcomes in the battle against the widespread illness.

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Museums that claim to be encyclopaedic have promoted travelling exhibitions, loans and digital repatriation as alternatives to returning cultural property.

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Designing museums for people with disabilities is a critical step towards democratising the arts and challenging power relations within museums.

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International Museum Day provides an opportunity to think about whose stories are told and whose are left out when we commemorate the past.

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Museums in former colonial powers face challenges in calls for decolonising their collections, but the issue acquires a different hue in India.

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