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It's been almost three years since the Ebola outbreak began in West Africa, now scientists say they know who is responsible for transmitting the virus that killed around 11,300 people. According to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published this week, nearly 61% of the cases were caused by 3% of infected people, known as superspreaders.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Medical Pharmaceutical Vaccine Monitoring Africa By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Science and technology are continually improving the way people practice medicine. New techniques, treatments, and devices are being created each day to save lives and streamline care. However, some of today's most cutting-edge surgeons are still using tools that a caveman might recognize.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Steam Sterilization Medical Africa By MadgeTech Marketing Team

If you are bananas for bananas brace yourself, experts say the banana industry could be wiped out within the next five to 10 years. Not one, but three fungal diseases have become a lethal threat for the plant grown in nearly 120 countries. Now the race is on to develop hardier, disease-resistant plants and more effective preventative treatments.

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Humans need water to survive, it's even more important than food, without it we can only survive for about a week. The human body is made up of about 60% of water, and it's used in many ways to nourish and protect our joints, tissues and organs. Since water is a necessity of life, it's disturbing to hear water pollution in three continents is putting 300 million people at risk of dangerous diseases.

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Posted in: Environmental Flow Rate Latin America Africa Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Cargo ships were once one of the main ways of transporting imports and exports from country to country. Although air transportation has reduced the demand for cargo ships over time, in Africa, major ports still remain a primary way to provide essential products to landlocked countries like Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan. Despite the rise in competition, over the weekend Kenya Ports Authority opened the first part of a new container terminal at the Port of Mombasa.

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Posted in: Shipping / Transportation Energy Oil & Gas Drilling Africa By MadgeTech Marketing Team

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