Homo Naledi

What to expect from the world of science in 2016

Science continues to shift the boundaries of what we think we know and 2016 will be no exception. Sarah Wild highlights the fields to keep an eye on.

Race, space and sexual diversity

The science highlights that defined 2015.

Letters to the editor: October 30 to November 5 2015

Readers write in about Blade Nzimande, the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, and the Nubians.

Letters to the editor: October 16 to 22 2015

Readers write in about Cyril Ramaphosa, ancient Egypt and Homo naledi, and the EFF.

Naledi is our spirit, not simply old bones

Is evolutionary science racist? Should we reject the idea that we evolved from ape-like species?

Homo naledi discovery a triumph for open access and education

The discovery has been a social media sensation, recording an extraordinary number of views – more than 170 000 – for a scientific paper.

Letters to the editor: September 18 to 23 2015

Readers write in about education, the Commonwealth Games, and Homo naledi.

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Achieving the litmus test of social relevance

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