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Boy genius puts his skills to work at rolling out pathology services to the people

A science graduate believes his company can play a key role in preventative healthcare.

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.

From the judges’ seat: Three lessons for scientists

Here are three tips to help keep your scientific presentations interesting, full of life and not sleep inducing.

Trial shows virus treatment effective against skin cancer

A genetically modified herpes virus succeeded in fighting skin cancer by infecting and destroying cancer cells and triggering an immune response.

Hidden levers of science are set to become more accessible to all

South Africa’s Academy of Science is helping to usher in the new by joining global open access.

This is science at its best

Some interesting discoveries in the world of science.

Climate change pause exposes gaps in scientists’ theories

Scientists are struggling to explain a slowdown in climate change that defies a rise in global greenhouse gas emissions.

Learning the truth about our place in the universe

Scientists reveal the goings-on at the galactic centre of space-time.

Scientific impacts felt on all levels

Not all scientific breakthroughs make it to the global news arena, yet they are happening all around us on a daily basis, mostly going unnoticed

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If your company has these qualified professionals it will help improve efficiencies and accelerate progress by assisting your organisation to perform better

Mining company uses rich seam of technology to gear up for Covid-19

Itec Direct technology provides instant temperature screening of staff returniing to the workplace with no human contact

Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

If our educators can take care of themselves, they can take care of the children they teach

5G technology is the future

Besides a healthcare problem Covid-19 is also a data issue and 5G technology, with its lightning speed, can help to curb its spread

JTI off to court for tobacco ban: Government not listening to industry or consumers

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