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Today is World Diabetes Day. This day is celebrated every year on November 14 across the world. In support of raising awareness during World Diabetes Day, let’s take a look at a lesser-known complication of diabetes and major cause of blindness, diabetic retinopathy.
Every 10 November, the world celebrates World Science Day. Over the years, science has proven to be a force for change. Whether or not it facilitates peace and development is an active decision that people, especially those at the top of society, must make. The 2020 theme of World Science Day exemplifies the optimal use of science with the line “Science for and with Society”.
This year, the Mahathir Science Award – the most prestigious science award for tropical sciences was presented to Professor Sir Alimuddin Zumla of University College London, in recognition of his exceptional, globally acknowledged research in infectious diseases which is relevant to the development and enhancement of health policy.