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Global warming may dwindle the supply of a key brain nutrient
Global warming may dwindle the supply of a key brain nutrient
The Mail & Guardian is publishing this article as part of a network of over 300 publications that are sharing journalism on the climate...
A rare glimpse into the world of the Red Sea’s dolphins and whales
A rare glimpse into the world of the Red Sea’s dolphins and whales
The Red Sea is one of the world’s least studied regions when it comes to whales and dolphins – until now. A report was released recently that...
Red algae can defeat toxic 'smart' dirt
Red algae can defeat toxic 'smart' dirt
You might have heard of smart bugs – viruses that have mutated and become resistant to ordinary antibiotics. But there is another, less well-known...
Cutting edge research to benefit all
Cutting edge research to benefit all
Carried out within the Department of Health Sciences, the three research thrust areas are algal Biotechnology, Environmental Pollution and...
Swimming in fuel
Swimming in fuel
The same algae that turns a swimming pool green and nasty could one day fuel your bakkie, says University of Cape Town chemical engineering...

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