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Build bond between science and society

New ideas and technologies can provide solutions but in unethical hands they can be dangerous

Future Africa: forging transdisciplinary solutions to Africa’s challenges

The University of Pretoria's new flagship research institute aspires to transform the world through African research excellence

The best paying degrees to study

Although youth unemployment remains a problem for the country, more and more graduates are finding jobs

Slice of life: Science for a better future

'Last year, two of my classmates, Bathabile Monati, Dineo Shayi, and I were chosen to be part of the I Am Science project at the Goethe-Institut'

‘SA must build a science industry’

UCT’s Drug Discovery and Development Centre provides a model for this

Decolonise science at your peril

Students who want to throw Western science out of universities need to rethink their ideas

Move over, Mr Einstein

One thing was clear at the Next Einstein Forum: Africa’s scientists are finding local solutions to the continent’s problems.

Editorial: Counting on education

A lack of maths and science education directly affects the quality of life of young people trying to lift themselves out of poverty.

Access to education has improved, but quality poor

Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor said that government hasn't been able to improve the teaching of science and maths in particular.

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