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Nature.com has taken the lead in addressing some of the problems of the developing world - for open access see this.

Contents[edit | edit source]

  • First Words- Jacob Palis
  • Editor's Notes- Ehsan Masood and Daniel Schaffer

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Worlds Apart Together - Mohamed Hassan
  • Losing Faculties - Phillip Griffiths
  • Caution: Men at Work - Çiğdem KağitÇibaşi
  • Learn to Earn - Calestous Juma
  • Joining the Fast Lane - Ismail Serageldin

Pressure Points[edit | edit source]

  • Food Fault Lines - Hans Herren
  • Home Sickness - Thomas G. Egwang
  • Cold Shower - Mohamed El-Ashry
  • People Power - Dilip Ahuja
  • Pumping Renewables - Josè Goldemberg
  • Warming Signs - Mohan Munasinghe
  • Let Deserts Be - Farouk El-Baz
  • Lost Diversity - Abdul H. Zakri
  • Urban Future - Hans van Ginkel
  • The Science of Influence - Raghunath Mashelkar

Frontiers[edit | edit source]

  • Space Landings - Turner Isoun
  • Nano Rising - Bai Chunli
  • Physics Now - Reza Mansouri
  • Water Woes - Akissa Bahri
  • Bio-Revolution - Indira Nath
  • Back to Nature - Iqbal Choudhary
  • Do the Maths - Lê Dũng Tráng
  • A Better Pill - María G. Guzmàn
  • Creative Accounting -Partha Dasgupta

End Note[edit | edit source]

  • Basics Matter - C. N. R. Rao

Viewpoints[edit | edit source]

  • Money counts but merit and freedom count even more - Ahmed Zewail
  • More than good enough to do world-class research - Zohra Ben Lakhdar-Akrout
  • Air pollution is a global problem with local solutions - Mario Molina
  • It is the knowledge (not digital) divide that matters - Abdul Waheed Khan
  • Science is helping Rwanda give up the ghosts of the past - Romain Murenzi
  • The green revolution is slowing. What next? - Luis Rafael Herrera-Estrella
  • International collaboration is part of science's DNA - Martin Rees
  • Chemistry needs a new formula for success - Atta-ur-Rahman
  • Why poor countries need nuclear research capacity - Ana Mariá Cetto
  • What others can — and cannot — learn from China - Lu Yongxiang
  • Research is no luxury - Berit Olsson