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Don’t tell students about 4IR. Inspire them

It’s amazing how quickly the world around us is changing. The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is upon us and how we continue to adapt to this era of rapid technological and...

Hair transplantation trend growing: Where Art meets the Science

Hair transplantation is the surgery wherein the hair lost in the areas of scalp/beard is replaced by the hair taken from posterior aspect of scalp/beard/chest/shoulders/abdomen/lower limbs. It is important to understand that...

How the SKA project is doing more for South Africa than just awesome science

The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project in the Northern Cape is not only about building a radio telescope to tune into the universe. It is also about investing in bright young...

This tiny worm has saved South African companies more than R400 million

Scientists are breeding billions of microscopic worms to kill an invasive wasp in plantations all over the country. The Sirex wasp is a serious threat to South Africa’s pine industry Originally from Eurasia...

SA, Norway tap into science to grow ocean economy

According to SAnews.gov.za South Africa and Norway are exploring new business opportunities in the blue economy and other innovative solutions to address global challenges such as rising poverty, inequality and increased demand...

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Substantial cost savings achieved as Konecranes upgrades old Wolff Crane

A 35 T/15 T Wolff Crane, that was installed in a local metal plant in 1989, was recently upgraded by Konecranes. The modernisation of...

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