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Titanium: metal of the future

14th November 2016 Sarah 0

Michael Oluwatosin Bodunrin Wits University South African researchers are poised to fundamentally change the titanium industry, through developing a way to make less expensive titanium. […]

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The goggas in your wine

14th November 2016 Sarah 0

Judy Lombard Stellenbosch University Freshly pressed grapes, which become the wine in your glass, are crawling with micro-organisms. From bacteria and fungi to yeasts, these […]

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Know your (immune) status

14th November 2016 Sarah 2

Tamika Fellows Rhodes University A smartphone retrofitted with an affordable sensor device could give people the power to track their immune status in the comfort […]

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Namibia’s fairy footprints

14th November 2016 Sarah 0

Andries van der Walt University of Pretoria A lone Gemsbok guards the wire gate to the Namib-Naukluft national park. Beyond it, ocre sand stretches into […]

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Number the stars

14th November 2016 Sarah 0

Antonio Peters Rhodes University It looks like a faded old photograph: a reddish-black background peppered with pale orange specks. The dots, which are different shapes, […]

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Editorial 2016

14th November 2016 Sarah 2

Sarah Wild Science Today editor South Africa needs science literacy as much as it needs scientific and technical skills. If people are not exposed to […]

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The fine print

20th June 2016 Sarah 4

Like all things in life, even Science Today has fine print: * Applicants must be registered at a South African university or university of technology […]

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