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Why have a science forum?

The public needs to know about science and what South African researchers are doing

Decoy ploy nips cancer in the blood

Researchers from Stanford University in the United States have developed a protein that inhibits the spread of cancer.

Emissions from fracking gas half that of coal, says study

A new meta-study has found that the life-time greenhouse gas emissions of shale gas, extracted through fracking, are half that of coal.

Binary black holes might be common, say experts

Astronomers have found that in a black hole there are actually three supermassive black holes circling each other at 300 times the speed of sound.

Why we should care about the TIA

Many people have never heard of the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA), they see it as an acronym in a science system beset with lettered shorthand.

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