Posts by INASP

Study shows heightened risks for premature babies in Bangladesh

Study shows heightened risks for premature babies in Bangladesh

A recently published study in Bangladesh titled Clinical outcome of the late preterm infants shows that premature babies can develop...

Small mammal thought to be extinct rediscovered in Nepal’s national park

The hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus) is in the list of critically endangered small mammals. It was thought to be extinct...

AuthorAID MOOC participants reflect on important and inspiring takeaways from the course

Samuel Yigzaw, Adetoun Oyelude, Al-Kassim Hassan Mohammed and Atebeh Lekah are four participants from AuthorAID’s recent MOOC on research communication. In this post, they share some of the useful lessons they learned from the online course, and explain how they will use the knowledge they developed to advance their research careers.

Automated online tool gives free advice on article structure and reporting ethics for Southern researchers

Automated online tool gives free advice on article structure and reporting ethics for Southern researchers

Partnership between Penelope.ai and INASP provides manuscript checking tool free of charge to researchers in the Global South INASP’s AuthorAID...

Conforming to standards could improve Sri Lankan urban quality of life

Standards such as well-managed parking, clean drinking water, affordable housing, proper street lighting, green environment, robust information technology connectivity and...

Study finds gap between knowledge and practice in sexual health behaviour among factory workers in Sri Lanka

Study finds gap between knowledge and practice in sexual health behaviour among factory workers in Sri Lanka

More and more people are aware of modes of transmission of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and ways to be protected...

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