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2014/04/17 13:19
2014/04/17 13:19
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Jodrell Bank scientists can start working on the most complicated computer system ever built thanks to a £6m windfall. The renowned observatory, near Macclesfield, is leading international efforts to...
2014/04/17 13:19
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2014/04/16 20:40
2014/04/16 20:40
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A team of University of Sydney astronomers has developed a new way to automatically classify huge numbers of astronomical objects, and to discover new, exotic ones almost as soon as they...
2014/04/16 05:19
2014/04/16 05:19
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Enemy of progress? (Gary Ramage/Getty Images) SYDNEY — Scientists here in Australia say they’ve discovered their foe: Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Since he came to power in September, some of...
2014/04/11 16:30
2014/04/11 16:30
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Pretoria — The Minister of Science and Technology, Derek Hanekom, has inaugurated a new science centre housed in two old train carriages at the Matjiesfontein Transport Museum. The science centre is...
2014/04/10 07:35
2014/04/10 07:35
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The year 2013 ended with a downward revision of South Africa’s economic growth to 1.9 percent, making 2014 a pivotal year for the country. We are not doing enough to boost the economy in the medium...
2014/04/09 10:30
2014/04/09 10:30
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Italy is in the process of sending its first scientific attaché to Sub-Saharan Africa in an attempt to boost research and technology links with what it sees as an economically emerging region. The...
2014/04/04 21:30
2014/04/04 21:30
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When the heads of states of the European Union and Africa meet in Brussels this week (2-3 April) to work out their future cooperation, they will have input from a series of expert meetings held in the...
2014/04/01 08:35
2014/04/01 08:35
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HI-TEC: The MeerKAT radio telescope being built in the Northern Cape will form part of the first phase of the Square Kilometre Array project. Cape Town - Driving up to the first completed MeerKAT...
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2014/04/01 08:30
2014/04/01 08:30
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This month's podcast takes a closer look at the world's largest radio telescope, a new approach to informed consent in developing countries, the expanding higher education frontier in Sub-Saharan...
2014/03/29 07:34
2014/03/29 07:34
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ROOM BOOM: The MeerKAT project may not have benefited everyone in Carnarvon, but guest house owner Marie Jacobs says her business is booming. Picture: MICHAEL WALKER Carnarvon - She is a vibrant...
2014/03/28 19:15
2014/03/28 19:15
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Three days of rain in the Northern Cape lent a surprisingly green backdrop to Thursday's inauguration of South Africa's first MeerKAT antenna, one of 64 that will dot the site. The white-latticed...
2014/03/28 14:39
2014/03/28 14:39
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Swinburne University of Technology has launched a free online astronomy virtual laboratory that will allow scientists to build complex customised views of the Universe, all from the comfort of their...
2014/03/27 20:29
2014/03/27 20:29
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Johannesburg — Retracing our past was the perfect introduction to a group of foreign journalists and bloggers who are exploring innovation in South Africa. Hosted by Brand South Africa, they are...
2014/03/27 20:29
2014/03/27 20:29
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Understanding ancient heritage is critical to central aspects of modern society. Past urges us to use our origins to instil pride in South Africa and for an African identity. "We must promote our...
2014/03/27 14:57
2014/03/27 14:57
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Advanced areas of science such as astronomy are pushing the boundaries of big data in mind-blowing ways, thanks to the scale of the data being collected by astronomers and cosmologists. That's what...
2014/03/27 09:29
2014/03/27 09:29
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Pretoria — The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope would put South Africa and the continent on the map in a different way, Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom said on...
2014/03/26 02:38
2014/03/26 02:38
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Astronomers optimistic about finding extraterrestrial life soon Johannesburg, March 25 : Astronomers are confident that it's just a matter of time before extraterrestrial life is found. Professor...
2014/03/23 10:27
2014/03/23 10:27
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Spending on Earth: an alternative to studying soils on Mars I am typing these words as the $2.5 billion Mars Rover rolls across the Red Planet looking for evidence of past life in soil, or the...
2014/04/17 13:19
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